Published in Bioconjugate Chemistry
Published in Nature Materials
Interdisciplinary research initiative supported by the Humanities Collaboratory to expand the scope and functionality of our database and to collaborate with others who are also researching policing, confinement, and life after incarceration
The University of Michigan's Revolutionary Way of Funding Research
The Mcubed Seed Funding Program (Mcubed 3.0) stimulates innovative research and scholarship by distributing real-time seed funding to multi-unit, faculty-led teams.
Through this first-of-its-kind research funding program, faculty from at least two different campus units can form a collaborative trio, or “cube,” and request either $60K or $15K to advance their idea right away.
Housed in the University of Michigan Office of Research (UMOR), Mcubed is part of the Third Century Initiative, established by the president and provost. Building upon U-M's excellence and spirit of cooperation across disciplines, Mcubed makes great ideas go!
A new program at the University of Michigan aims to gather and mobilize groups of faculty across all three campuses so they can work together to solve complex challenges and develop innovative curricula.
Mcubed Communities is an online tool that encourages faculty to create or join groups around a common purpose, ranging from shared expertise and academic goals to research and scholarship themes.