Science & Technology

  1. Family background strong predictor of unwed teen mothers’ financial success January 16, 1997
  2. Mechanical engineering Prof. Emeritus R. Clay Porter died Dec. 14, age 94 January 16, 1997
  3. Administrator nominated to National Commission on Libraries and Information Technology. January 15, 1997
  4. Book by award-winning U-M scholar highlights journeys of an agoraphobic anthropologist January 15, 1997
  5. Computer model detects “fingerprint” of massive black holes January 13, 1997
  6. Physics offers glimpse into the universe’s dark era January 13, 1997
  7. U-M survey team to visit thousands of American households January 10, 1997
  8. Wanted: A few good teens January 9, 1997
  9. Input sought from Detroit minorities on genetic technology January 8, 1997
  10. Book offers policies to reduce economic hardship for poor families December 21, 1995
  11. Getting hooked on science could begin with the ” right” gift December 8, 1995
  12. About a tenth of U.S. women had post-traumatic stress disorder December 7, 1995
  13. Atomic forces hold the key to new superstrong composites November 27, 1995
  14. 1994-95 research expenditures of $409 million an all-time high November 17, 1995
  15. New Center on Biology of Aging November 7, 1995
  16. Precise sampling, interpretation needed for oxygen isotope analysis November 7, 1995
  17. Men and women differ little in political activities November 2, 1995
  18. Michigan Library Association showcases MLink November 2, 1995
  19. New technology transfer program creates business spin-off October 18, 1995
  20. ADVISORY: Welfare does not affect academic success October 16, 1995