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Economics - 02.10.2023
Too much of a good thing? Banks enjoying high returns in favorable times could be ’warning sign’
Banks reporting high profits in good times could be taking greater risks with their portfolios that lead to bigger trouble in a future downturn, according to a study co-authored by a University of Michigan researcher and others with past affiliations to the school.

Economics - Computer Science - 22.09.2023
’Pangea’ study aims to modernize national test and training infrastructure
Lincoln Laboratory is developing a roadmap to streamline system acquisitions and facilitate connectivity across the Southwestern test ranges.

Economics - 21.09.2023
Senate testimony: AI risks to the financial sector
U-M professor of computer science and engineering identifies new concerns that recent AI advances pose for financial markets In a world where AI algorithms can already analyze real-time financial information and make high-stakes trading decisions with little or no human oversight, our financial regulations are failing to keep up.

Health - Economics - 19.09.2023
How to keep people out of the emergency room
Help for immigrants in arranging primary care visits leads to substantial drop in ER visits and costs, a new study shows. Encouraging immigrants to visit primary care doctors creates a striking decline in costly emergency room use, according to a new study co- The paper, " Reducing Frictions in Health Care Access: The ActionHealthNYC Experiment for Undocumented Immigrants ," appears in the September issue of the journal American Economic Review: Insights .

Environment - Economics - 19.09.2023
New lab tackles net-zero supply chains and industrial policy
New lab tackles net-zero supply chains and industrial policy
Johns Hopkins' Net-Zero Industrial Policy Lab aims to find solutions that can eliminate greenhouse gas emissions from modern supply chains China's efforts in renewable energy, electric vehicles, and

Computer Science - Economics - 18.09.2023

Environment - Economics - 15.09.2023
Tracking US progress on the path to a decarbonized economy
The Clean Investment Monitor database, a new collaboration between MIT CEEPR and the Rhodium Group, shows $213 billion in clean technology and infrastructure investments in the last year.

Innovation - Economics - 15.09.2023
U-M reports record number of inventions in FY ’23
Research led by the University of Michigan generated a record 580 new inventions last year and launched 25 startup companies ranging in scope from innovative therapies for the treatment of fibrosis to technologies that aid in substance abuse monitoring.

Environment - Economics - 07.09.2023
Technologies for water conservation and treatment move closer to commercialization
J-WAFS awards 2023 Solutions Grants to bring two water-related innovations to the market. Close The Abdul Latif Jameel Water and Food Systems Lab (J-WAFS) provides Solutions Grants to help MIT researchers launch startup companies or products to commercialize breakthrough technologies in water and food systems.

Economics - 06.09.2023
A tax on menthol cigarettes would work better than statewide bans, UW study finds
Menthol-flavored cigarettes account for more than one-third of cigarettes sold in the United States, and experts believe they are more dangerous than traditional cigarettes. More than 150 cities and counties have prohibited the sale of menthols, and Massachusetts and California both have statewide bans.

Economics - 25.08.2023
Consumer sentiment holds as personal finances remain stable
Consumer sentiment was relatively unchanged in August and ended the month with its second-highest reading in 21 months, according to the University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers.

Innovation - Economics - 24.08.2023
Report Highlights Technology Advancement and Value of Wind Energy
Wind energy continues to see growth, solid performance, and attractive prices in the U.S., according to a report released by the U.S. Department of Energy (Doe) and prepared by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory ÜBerkeley Lab). With levelized costs averaging under $40 per megawatt-hour (MWh) for newly built projects, the cost of wind is well below its grid-system, health, and climate value.

Environment - Economics - 18.08.2023
Alumnus' thermal battery helps industry eliminate fossil fuels
Alumnus’ thermal battery helps industry eliminate fossil fuels
Antora Energy, co-founded by David Bierman SM '14, PhD '17, is commercializing a thermal battery that lets manufacturers use renewable energy around the clock.

Economics - Computer Science - 17.08.2023
Down the tubes: Common PVC pipes can hack voice identification systems
Down the tubes: Common PVC pipes can hack voice identification systems
Researchers are in an arms race with hackers to prevent data theft. Their standard tools include strategies like multi-factor authentication systems, fingerprint technology and retinal scans.

Economics - Career - 01.08.2023

Health - Economics - 25.07.2023

Environment - Economics - 20.07.2023
Harnessing synthetic biology to make sustainable alternatives to petroleum products
Harnessing synthetic biology to make sustainable alternatives to petroleum products
Visolis, founded by Deepak Dugar SM '11, MBA '13, PhD '13, is working to decarbonize the production of everything from rubber to jet fuel.

Economics - Social Sciences - 19.07.2023
Chicago’s public bank discussions should center community needs
Policy brief: Opportunities and Challenges of Public Banking in the Windy City: Perspectives of Chicago Residents A new University of Michigan study finds Chicago residents are receptive to the idea

Computer Science - Economics - 18.07.2023
CyLab Presents at White House’s Launch of New IoT Cybersecurity Labeling System
Carnegie Mellon Associate Professor Yuvraj Agarwal shares CyLab's research during the White House's launch of its new IoT cybersecurity label.

Economics - 10.07.2023

Economics - Environment - 29.06.2023

Research Management - Economics - 27.06.2023

Economics - Innovation - 21.06.2023
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