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New study finds inaccuracies in arsenic test kits in Bangladesh
  1. New study finds inaccuracies in arsenic test kits in Bangladesh

    About 25 million Bangladeshis face risks of developing skin lesions and cancers due to unsafe levels of arsenic in drinking water.

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  2. International Antarctic glacier study focuses on sea level changes

    Bi-national study involving UM researcher will aid predictive models.

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  3. 2017 Peachman lecture: Future ship, offshore and nautical research

    Since 2011, Dr. Bas Buchner has been the president of MARIN (Maritime Research Institute Netherlands), the largest independent maritime research institute in the world.

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  4. Floodproofing cities: $1.8M for smart stormwater project

    Arming infrastructure with smart tech could limit flood damage.

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  5. Swim with the robots, U-M on the Great Lakes

    With a customized Iver 3 underwater drone, the Deep Robotic Optical Perception (DROP) Lab have a new set of underwater eyes that provide a window into the health of the world’s lakes and oceans.

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  6. Affordable lead sensor for home, city water lines

    EXPERTS: A new electronic lead sensor, potentially costing around $20, could keep an eye on home and city water quality, alerting residents and officials to the presence of lead within nine days. The University of Michigan researchers are seeking partners to bring the technology to market. The Flint water crisis showed the nation that old […]

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  7. ‘Missing lead’ in Flint water pipes confirms cause of crisis

    The findings show how important uninterrupted corrosion control is in the aging water systems that serve millions of Americans.

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  8. U-M’s one-of-a-kind hydrodynamics lab to get fresh look, new name

    The University of Michigan Board of Regents today approved a $2.2 million renovation project to U-M’s Marine Hydrodynamics Lab.

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  9. How an Ice Age paradox could inform sea level rise predictions

    The behavior of an ancient ice sheet—called Laurentide—has puzzled scientists for decades. Now, new research findings at U-M not only explain this but could also add evidence that climate change could drastically raise sea levels.

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  10. Universities collaborate to examine Flint water filters

    Researchers from the University of Michigan, Wayne State University and Michigan State University are conducting studies that are expected to provide additional guidance about the use of filters in Flint.

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