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The University of Michigan offers a comprehensive array of services for researchers.

Advanced Research Computing

Animal Care and Use Program

Business Engagement Center

  • A pathway connecting dynamic organizations with remarkable talent and resources, the BEC inspires successful collaboration and acts as a catalyst to create meaningful, invaluable partnerships by connecting the world’s brightest minds with the world’s greatest companies.

Consulting for Statistics, Computing and Analytics Research (CSCAR) 

  • CSCAR provides individualized support and training to U-M researchers in a variety of areas relating to the management, collection and analysis of data. CSCAR also supports the use of technical software and advanced computing in research.

Deep Blue

  • Articles, book chapters, videos, dissertations. If it represents research, teaching and learning at U-M campuses, share or access it here.

Federal Relations for Research

  • Working out of U-M's Washington, D.C., office, staff advocates and coordinates federal interactions for the U-M research enterprise. They also inform and advise U-M faculty and administrators on federal legislative, regulatory and research policy developments that affect the conduct of research on campus

ITS Services for Researchers

  • Information Technology Services (ITS) offers a number of resources for U-M researchers, including storage, networking, data management and collaboration tools.

Michigan Corporate Relations Network

  • The Michigan Corporate Relations Network (MCRN) Expertise and Resource Portal is an easy-to-use searchable website featuring available U-M researchers, as well as related resources like research centers. The MCRN Expertise and Resource Portal is a single point of access website providing a means for businesses to take advantage of the resources available at a single university, collaborations of universities or the entire MCRN network of six universities.

Office of Technology Transfer

  • The organization responsible for the transfer of U-M technology to the marketplace by enhancing research discoveries to encourage licensing and broad deployment with existing businesses and newly-formed U-M startups.

Plagiarism Detection

  • Ann Arbor campus faculty can evaluate their draft grant proposals and research manuscripts for risks of plagiarism by using iThenticateTM - a plagiarism detection software application. Checking your work for missed citations and/or duplication prior to submission or publication prevents research and scholarship misconduct and helps ensure research integrity.