Review and request licensed research applications.
Applications and software to support your research
Michigan Medicine maintains several licenses to support the expansive body of research at U-M, listed below. Applications are available to faculty and staff with certain titles also available to students. Each can be quickly procured or supported by submitting a HITS request via the links below.
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Most requested research applications
Software for sample tracking, management, and freezer inventory for laboratories and biorepositories.
A scientific 2D graphing and statistics software. It provides a combination of basic biostatistics, curve fitting and scientific graphing to easily graph and present your work. Learn more.
Other available research applications
Click the software title below to request it. NOTE: To request many of the applications listed, you’ll be redirected to the Academic Applications Consult request page. Submit your contact info and the software you’re requesting, and our team will get back to you quickly with the next steps.
Software providing analysis and visualization of genome data, created with Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) technology.
Development software for engineers to build custom test, design, and control systems in a graphical programming environment.
An image-based backup and cloning software, to guard against system or data loss.
Mathematica (including webMathematica)
A computing system spanning most areas of technical computing, including neural networks, machine learning, image processing, geometry, data science, visualizations, and others.
An integrated software suite and database for functional analysis of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS), gene expression, copy number variation (CNV), metabolic, proteomics, microRNA, and screening data.
Michigan Research Experts (MRE)
A searchable database of U-M research expertise to foster collaboration on campus and beyond.
Open-source software for molecular visualization.
An open-source R package providing a powerful web framework for building web applications using R.