The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies and institutions
As one of the oldest and most historic cities in the country, Detroit has a mixture of classic and modern architecture that makes for a remarkable skyline.
Haunted houses and Halloween stores have metro-Detroiters celebrating and preparing for October 31 all month long.
This year, take time to share the not-so-scary story about the history of the gargoyle.
The work of retired Professors John Sheoris, Joseph Savin and Harvey Ferrero will be on display at Lawrence Technological University through Friday, Sept. 23, as part of the new Master Practitioner Folio Series presented by Lawrence Tech’s College of Architecture and Design.
Lawrence Technological University has signed a five-year cooperative agreement that will facilitate student and faculty exchanges with Shanghai Institute of Technology in China. The initial exchanges are expected to involve students and faculty in architecture.
Philanthropist A. Alfred Taubman is committing $11 million to Lawrence Technological University for the construction of a new building that will be the centerpiece of the A. Alfred Taubman Engineering, Architecture and Life Sciences Complex.
What happens when 80 emerging architects, artists and designers get together and throw themselves a party? Find out at one of the largest and most exciting exhibitions of art and design in the country, opening Saturday, April 16 at Cranbrook Art Museum.
The GENIVI Alliance, a San Ramon, Calif.-based automotive and consumer electronics industry association driving the development and adoption of an open In-vehicle Infotainment reference platform, Monday released its GENIVI IVI Software Architecture Report.