Two Americans — one an Ann Arbor native — and a German scientist won the Nobel Prize in chemistry Wednesday for finding ways to make microscopes more powerful than previously thought possible.
So what’s the latest, greatest and dominatin’-est among the wonderful STEMs of science, technology, engineering and mathematics as we approach the weekend? Oh, man, you won’t believe some of this…
Wen Li, assistant professor of chemistry in Wayne State University’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, was one of 126 researchers selected to receive a $50,000 Sloan Research Fellowship for 2013.
A student whose chest and face were burned can’t sue a Detroit-area teacher who lit a dish of alcohol and copper chloride, the Michigan appeals court said
There’s an Ann Arbor connection to this year’s Nobel Prize in chemistry, awarded to American researchers Robert Lefkowitz and Brian Kobilka.
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The great thing about Michigan State University is that I could do Tech Tours from now until Doomsday and they’d never run out of cool things to show me.
American Richard Heck and Japanese researchers Ei-ichi Negishi and Akira Suzuki have won the 2010 Nobel Prize in chemistry for “palladium-catalyzed cross couplings in organic synthesis.”