A mechanical engineer and his team have developed a computer-controlled camera that enables their robotic ankle to see where it is going.
27-Feb-2015 3:05 PM EST
After a forest fire, logging companies often follow to do what is called salvage logging—salvaging the timber that has not been completely destroyed by the fire. The economic benefit is clear. But the ecological effects are unknown.
9-Jan-2015 3:00 PM EST
Photonic booms--flashes that are faster than the speed of light--may turn out to help illuminate a variety of astronomical objects such as asteroids and the moon.
8-Jan-2015 5:00 PM EST
Using indium tin oxide, a common coating in modern electronics, an engineer developed a biosensor that enables simultaneous electrical measurements and visual observation.
11-Dec-2014 1:00 PM EST
Birds fly into windows all the time, often killing themselves. The student chapter of The Wildlife Society at Michigan Tech is researching these collisions at buildings on campus, hoping to develop some protective solutions.
3-Dec-2014 1:15 PM EST
If natural or manmade disaster strikes, causing global crop failures, the world won't starve--providing they are willing to eat bacterial slime and bugs.
19-Nov-2014 9:00 AM EST
A biomedical engineer at Michigan Tech has designed a "virtual breast," a software program that could help medical practitioners learn to read ultrasound elastography more accurately.
14-Oct-2014 4:00 PM EDT
Biomedical engineers at Michigan Technological University have designed a 3D, computer-generated "virtual breast" that can help clinicians learn to interpret screening data more accurately.
7-Oct-2014 1:00 PM EDT
An interdisciplinary lab at Michigan Tech's Great Lakes Research Center brings air, earth and water scientists together to study climate and environmental issues.
19-Aug-2014 10:00 AM EDT
There is a proven system for sustainable management of northern hardwood forests. Everyone subscribes to it, but a study shows few are actually doing it.
27-May-2014 3:55 PM EDT
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Most people are fed up with winter, but Guy Meadows loves it. Ice and snow give the director of Michigan Technological University’s Great Lakes Research Center (GLRC) in the frigid Upper Peninsula of Michigan a chance to do something few others...
4-Apr-2014 10:00 AM EDT
Two Michigan Technological University chefs are holding classes to help faculty and staff learn to cook and eat more nutritiously.
26-Mar-2014 1:00 AM EDT
Lake Superior is more than 90 percent iced over, and experts say it may be covered completely before winter's end. Someone has proposed a hike across Lake Michigan, and Lake Huron and Lake Erie are 95 percent frozen. But even without 100 percent...
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