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The University of Michigan is one of the largest public research institutions in the United States. Here are places news sources you can stay informed about research at U-M.


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References and Resources

Other U-M Research-Related Newsletters

  • U-M Health System Media Info News releases and health tips from the U-M Health System
  • U-M Medical School Research News Online monthly publication of the Office of Research, U-M Medical School. It contains information important to the biomedical research community, including award and grant opportunities.
  • M-Research The M-Research newsletter raises awareness of the excitement, value,  and impact of key University of Michigan research news and trends from across campus for a broad range of audiences.

The Research Administration Post (The RAP) and RAPid (immediate dispatch) Newsletters


For questions regarding The RAP or related research communications, please contact Constance Colthorp ( or 734-647-4587) with any questions.