A new collaboration of five Upper Peninsula manufacturing technology companies, along with the Houghton tech business accelerator MTEC SmartZone and Michigan Technological University, is pitching its expertise to the aerospace and defense industries.
Four companies from the western Upper Peninsula are among 50 semifinalists in North America’s largest business plan competition, the Accelerate Michigan Innovation Competition.
Calumet Electronics Corp. announced Fridya that its printed circuit board manufacturing plant received reaccreditation from Nadcap, an aerospace industry quality assurance group.
Bill Sproule’s expertise in transportation — and a love of history and rail transportation — has led to a book on streetcars that once carried passengers up and down Michigan’s remote Keweenaw Peninsula.
A tax revolt in Great Britain is bringing new customers to a business based in Michigan’s remote Upper Peninsula.
More than six decades after Army Pfc. Arthur Leiviska died in a Korean prisoner of war camp, the soldier will be buried with full military honors on Memorial Day at a cemetery in his hometown in the Upper Peninsula.
Altair Engineering Inc., developer of the HyperWorks computer-aided engineering software suite, Monday announced the official addition of RadTherm to the array of applications available through the HyperWorks Partner Alliance.
Calumet-based ThermoAnalytics Inc. Wedensday announced the release of verision 20.1 of its RadTherm thermal analysis software.
The Calumet thermal analysis software developer ThermoAnalytics Inc. said Thursday that it looking for beta test sites for version 10.1 of its RadTherm software.