‘5-D protein fingerprinting’ could help fight Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s
In an advance that could lead to new progress against diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, researchers have demonstrated a technique for measuring the properties of individual protein molecules.
How a team-based approach boosts charitable lending
Charitable lenders who belong to a team contribute significantly more than those who operate on their own, according to new studies of the microlending site Kiva.org.
A crystal ball for crystal formation
Michigan engineers use a national lab's supercomputer to predict what type of crystal patterns will arise as nanoparticles come together.
It doesn't always take a big grant to solve a problem, but it certainly helps.
It began with a pair of pictures in a textbook on computational methods.
Some of the best university facilities in the nation for a variety of research areas are here.
Dr. Ben Jorns joins Aerospace Department faculty
The Aerospace Department welcomes Dr. Ben Jorns to the faculty as an Assistant Professor and Co-Director of the Plasmadynamics and Electric Propulsion Laboratory.
Aerospace Professor Joaquim Martins to serve as Principle Investigator for Michigan-AFRL partnership
Professor Joaquim Martins will lead development of a computational framework for analyzing aircraft under the Michigan-AFRL Center for Aerospace Vehicle Design collaboration.
U-M named Air Force Research Laboratory Collaborative Center in Aerospace Vehicle Design
A team of researchers led by Michigan Aerospace Professor Joaquim Martins was selected for a highly competitive partnership with the Air Force Research Lab.