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Stopping Contagion With Science at U-M: A Look Back

Michigan Medicine looks back on its' history of infectious disease and what techniques were implemented over a hundred years ago to be the leaders in safety and health when treating patients with diseases. March 20, 2020. #5-15mins #Medicine #web-article #MichiganMedicine #HealthandWellness #Science #HealthBehaviorandHealthEducation #InfectiousDiseases #Safety #History #COVID-19 ​​​​​​​​​​​


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Doing Science at a Social Distance

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Associate Professor Valeriy Ivanov discusses the burgeoning challenges with "doing science at a social distance," as the COVID-19 outbreak has cancelled his climate change research in the Arctic. March 20, 2020. # #Engineering #web-article #CollegeofEngineering #EnvironmentandSustainability #Science #ClimateChange #ClimateSciences #COVID-19 ​​​​​​​​​


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‘Sensory Danger Zones’: How Sensory Pollution Impacts Animal Survival

Environment and Sustainability Assistant Professor Neil Carter and colleagues study how "masking, distraction, and misleading" occur in animals due to sensory pollution from human activities, leading to increased mortality rates. March 19, 2020. # #universityofmichigan-other #web-article #MichiganNews #EnvironmentandSustainability #Science #Biology #Ecology #NeilCarter ​​​​​​​​​


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For Many Female Athletes, Bone Stress and Missing Period is the Norm

School of Public Health Assistant Professor of Epidemiology Carrie Karvonen-Gutierrez and doctoral students study how body shaming and unrealistic body ideals have led to negative health effects in female athletes. March 2, 2020. #5mins #PublicHealth #web-article #SchoolofPublicHealth #Athletics #Science #PublicHealth #Epidemiology #SportsMedicine


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Group Analyzing U-M Food’s Role in Greenhouse Gas Reduction

U-M faculty and students analyze the university's current food system in an attempt to reduce carbon emissions linked to food production, procurement, and waste, as part of the President’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality. February 25, 2020. #5-15mins #web-article #universityrecord #Environment/Sustainability #Science #Sustainability #Food/Drink #ClimateSciences


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Tackling Covid-19 Problems with Industrial Engineering

Michigan Engineering Associate Professor Siqian Shen compiles industrial engineering research as resources for the COVID-19 outbreak. This research will be particularly useful for supply chains, stocking inventory, production, and more. March 23, 2020. #5mins #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineerNewsCenter #Science #Technology #Engineering #InfectiousDiseases #Business #COVID-19 #StayHomeStaySafe ​


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Asst. Prof. Payne Publishes New Atmospheric Rivers Paper in Nature

U-M Climate & Space Sciences Assistant Professor Ashley Payne publishes a new paper about atmospheric rivers in the Nature Reviews Earth & Environment journal titled, “Responses and Impacts of Atmospheric Rivers to Climate Change.” The article is available to read here! March 25, 2020. #5mins #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineerNewsCenter #Environment/Sustainability #Science #ClimateSciences #Sustainability #SpaceScience ​​​​​​​​​


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Stone-age ‘likes’: Study establishes eggshell beads exchanged over 30,000 years

U-M Paleolithic Archeologist Brian Stewart et. al. have researched beads and investigated atoms in the beads, provides new evidence for where these beads were made, and just how long hunter-gatherers used them as a kind of social currency. March 9, 2020. # #universityofmichigan-other #web-article #MichiganNews #Science #Archaeology #History #Research #BrianStewart ​​​​​​​​​


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The axion solves three mysteries of the universe

U-M Physicist and Postdoctoral Researcher Raymond Co discusses how an axiom could be solving three of the greatest physics mysteries in the world. March 10, 2020. # #universityofmichigan-other #web-article #MichiganNews #Science #Physics #RaymondCo ​​​​​​​


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Autonomous vehicles can be fooled to ‘see’ nonexistent obstacles

U-M RobustNet Research Group have partnered with computer scientist Qi Alfred Chen from UC Irvine and colleagues from the SPQR lab to show that autonomous vehicles' perception systems can make mistakes and perceive objects that are not real. March 9, 2020. # #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineeringNewsCenter #Technology #Science #AutonomousVehicles #Safety ​​​​​​​​