Technology Report with Matt Roush
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There are days I love my job, and days I really really REALLY love my job. Friday was one of the latter, as I got to drive around Michigan and meet with tomorrow’s engineering leaders at displays of new product inventions at Michigan State University in East Lansing and Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo.
It’s tough to find tech talent these days — that’s the story across the board in Michigan. Well, an event set for Jan. 9 and sponsored by Automation Alley, Grand Circus and Bizdom aims to do something about that.
A new heart catheterization laboratory at Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak features advanced cardiovascular imaging capabilities to improve patient care, and a first-in-the-world, made-in-Michigan shielding system to protect caregivers from radiation exposure and occupational injuries.
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups
The latest industry-focused awards and certifications earned by Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions, groups and individuals
Matt’s Favorites: Sign Up For Innovation Event, High-Tech New Mustang, Mulally May Stay Put, And Much More
So what’s the latest on this suddenly wintry Friday? Got your top tech headlines, right here…
When you turn on your tree, and the family sighed, because there’s a light that won’t light on one side, don’t throw old lights away, that’s wasteful, you see — recycle them instead with the RSOC.
Mobile performance of e-commerce websites continues to lag amid a huge surge of mobile shopping, according to Compuware Corp. (Nasdaq: CPWR), a provider of application performance management software.
The West Michigan industrial economy continues to grow slowly, according to the results of a monthly survey compiled by Brian G. Long, director of Supply Management Research in the Seidman College of Business at Grand Valley State University.
With nearly 4 million miles of public roads criss-crossing the United States and millions of dollars spent to maintain them, it’s imperative that researchers look for better ways to preserve these roadways.