Science has a solution for that constant ringing in your ear
It might not work for everyone, but it could mean precious silence for a lot of tinnitus patients.
Kevlar cartilage could help you recover from joint injuries
It's as strong as the real thing.
Researchers test method to print mass-market medications
They repurposed an electrical manufacturing technique to print out medications.
Maze-like chip helps spot aggressive cancer cells
The ornate pattern could be the key to treating stubborn forms of cancer.
Amazon's next docuseries follows the U of M football team
Go behind the scenes with players during the 2017 season.
Smart code helps your phone browse the web twice as quickly
You wouldn't have to rewrite the web to make it work, either.
Plastics breakthrough could improve your car's mileage
A new chemical process could give plastics wider manufacturing applications.
Self-driving cars are safer when they talk to each other
Mcity is using augmented reality to test their vehicle to vehicle communication.
Self-driving shuttles are coming to the University of Michigan
You won't have to wait for a human driver to leave campus.