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Considering a graduate degree in information? Attend an on-site information session in October.
How can we predict which homes are at greatest risk of lead contamination?
What aspects of cooperation are human-specific and which aspects have deeper evolutionary roots?
Celebrate the U-M Bicentennial with an interactive, augmented reality app that strolls through 200 years of Michigan history.
Facebook scientist Sean Taylor will discuss advancements in measurement technology that have helped improve Facebook products.
David Hanauer and Qiaozhu Mei will work with cancer centers to develop better methods of data sharing.
UMSI assistant professor Florian Schaub explains privacy policies and how they can be improved
Libraries have morphed into multi-faceted information centers. It makes sense that librarians reflect this transformation.
Massive-open online course (MOOC) series offered by the University of Michigan will provide advanced training in management to public librarians.
Florian Schaub will share his expertise on privacy policies and privacy controls at a Computing Community Consortium symposium in Washinton, DC.
UMSI presents a day-long symposium featuring leading experts in the fields of information, including author and NPR commentator Nancy Pearl.
Peter Lee, Microsoft VP of Research, takes a minute to share his ideas on the future of computing.