The folks at Delphi’s huge Customer and Technology Center – Michigan in Auburn Hills know they work on high tech. This gleaming 465,000-square-foot research center bristles with computer power as well as horsepower.
Baker College of Flint has received nearly $200,000 in a grant from the National Science Foundation that fast-forwards the state’s first photonics and laser technology associate degree program being launched fall quarter. Classes begin Sept. 30.
The Detroit Pistons, led by summer acquisitions Josh Smith, Brandon Jennings, Chauncey Billups and the young core of Greg Monroe and Andre Drummond, will open the 2013-14 season at home against the Washington Wizards.
The Center for Professional Studies, the Troy technical trade school, said last week it had signed up Auburn Hills-based EDAG as a Platinum Corporate Sponsor to provide resources, equipment and support on the center’s conversion of a 2003 Mustang GT.
Dancers will be judged on dance ability, athleticism, personality, self-confidence, and the ability to be a team player — qualities that embody being a Detroit Pistons Dancer.
Chrysler Group has partnered with NextEnergy, the Detroit-based advanced energy technology accelerator, to evaluate vehicle-to-grid technology using four all-electric minivans.
Police say a 29-year-old woman was sexually assaulted following a Fun. concert at Meadowbrook Music Festival on Tuesday night.
Michigan-based Gibbs Sports Amphibians plans to add dealers, hire additional employees and introduce several new products following the successful launch of the Gibbs Quadski – the world’s first personal sports amphibian — earlier this year.
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Police say two people who were witnessed trying to steal a catalytic converter from a vehicle parked in a carpool lot were found with 10 other stolen converters in their possession.