Feature-length film shows how female poker players worked—and continue to work—toward parity at the gaming table.
Associate Professor Anda Botoseneanu’s recent research reveals why some combinations of chronic diseases can be particularly dangerous.
Her new documentary, The Season in the Mist: Sikhs in America, shares the experiences of Indian Sikhs in Michigan.
Social Work Assistant Professor Jessica Camp is calling for a paradigm shift in how we support those with mental illnesses
The Detroit History Podcast launched in December, with two new episodes available each month.
Murphey and her team of student researchers have partnered with ZF to develop a car with 360-degree vision.
The Michigan Iranian-American Oral History Project aims to digitally document the stories of Iranian-Americans with ties to the state and highlight their everyday lives.
In Assistant Professor Joe Lo’s lab, an undergraduate research project is chasing creative new ways to detect disease.
Assistant Professor Marouane Kessentini has partnered with software company Sema to find the most efficient way to fix broken code.
Muller, who is the Frank and Mary Padzieski Endowed Professor in Polish/Polish American/Eastern European Studies, spent years collecting oral histories for her book If the Walls Could Speak: Inside a Women’s Prison in Communist Poland.
Assistant Professor Will Clarkson leads Hubble study that probes the archaeology of Milky Way's ancient hub
The research, which examined nine years of archival data, may provide new clues to the evolution of the galaxy.
UM-Dearborn researcher’s discovery could allow for widespread distribution of an alternative energy resource.
UM-Dearborn researchers collaborate with others and discover new reptile wildlife.
Player enjoyment doesn’t lead to in-app purchases according to UM-Dearborn faculty’s Pokémon Go research
Marketing Assistant Professor Philipp Rauschnabel recently surveyed 600 Pokémon Go players to study consumer attitudes and purchasing behavior of the popular augmented reality game.
Smith is part of the leadership team of a national online chemistry network that recently received a $1.1M grant from the National Science Foundation.
Economics Professor Patricia Smith’s research looks at U.S. fast food consumption across socioeconomic groups
Research shows the frequency of fast-food consumption is about the same across socioeconomic groups, with the middle class eating the most.
The Behavioral and Experimental Economics and Policy Lab will be used as both a classroom and research space starting this fall.
The Ford Innovation Alliance’s Ford Faculty Internship is a new initiative to foster future research collaboration.
A mission for Curiosity: Geology assistant professor Mark Salvatore and students involved in latest Mars endeavor
Geology Assistant Professor Mark Salvatore and his students are studying Mars to see if it could support sustained life.
Assistant Professor Marouane Kessentini encourages risk-taking research—and heeds his own advice.