Professor Marilee Benore receives honor from American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Biochemistry Professor Marilee Benore is among 20 scientists who’ve made outstanding contributions to the field. She's named along with faculty from institutions that include U-M Medical School, Yale and Rutgers....

Office of Research update: March 2023

Check out upcoming research activities, see who recently received funding, and learn more about research resources like the Science Experts Network Curriculum Vitae (SciENcv), which is a researcher profile system....

If robots could talk (or at least make intelligible sounds)

During a recent NSF-funded project, Assistant Professor Alireza Mohammadi stumbled on an interesting discovery that could make it easier to understand what robots might be trying to tell us....

Office of Research update: February 2023

There's a lot of new things happening in the UM-Dearborn research world. There's a new IRB liaison, an upcoming UM-Dearborn/UM-Flint collaborative research series, a new cycle of campus grants and more....

How can we make the electric grid more resilient to cyberattacks?

UM-Dearborn faculty are teaming up with the U.S. Department of Energy and GE to protect power systems from a serious emerging threat....

Office of Research Update for January 2023

Check out which of your colleagues' work is getting funded and find new funding opportunities and resources....

Office of Research update: December 2022

Learn about external grants that your colleagues received and the services you can use for your own grant work — like the opportunity to work with professional grant writers, free proposal review and copy-editing services....

UM-Dearborn officially cuts the ribbon on the Omron Robotics and Human Factors Lab

The teaching and research lab features a special class of robots called “cobots,” which will help students explore the frontiers of human-robot collaboration....

Practicing hope in the age of climate change

New HHS assistant professor Finn Bell talks about why the human aspects of climate resilience matter....
A collage graphic showing a headshot of Assistant Professor Finn Bell surrounded by illustrations of people farming, wind turbines, and other icons of sustainability.

Office of Research update: November 2022

A colleague landed a $500,000-plus grant, application deadlines are coming up for research fundings programs and more....