So what’s the latest from the world of wonderment that is science and technology? Well, strap on your swimmies, kids, today it’s gonna get deep… * First of all, something local: The deadline for applying […]
Former Governor Jennifer Granholm is back in Michigan to speak out against climate change. Granholm will be among a coalition of community members who greet the bus when it arrives in Muskegon.
Matt’s Favorites: Chinese Defense Hack, Climate Change In Photographs, ISS Crew Blasts Off, Dolphin-Assisted Childbirth, And More
What’s new and thrilling and maybe even a little disturbing around the high-tech universe? So glad you asked. Here goes… * Chinese cyberspies are believed to have compromised the designs for more than two dozen major […]
Videographer and Midland resident Peter Sinclair will join a scientific team on the Greenland ice sheet this summer, to photograph and film research into the causes of increasing ice melt and the possible contribution to sea level.
Matt’s Favorites: Does Antimatter Fall Up?, Facebook Profits, Linked In Photos, Record CO2 Levels And More
So what’s new and wonderful in the world of high tech? Glad you asked, here goes… * So does antimatter fall up? The answer is a definite maybe. * Facebook Inc. said Wednesday that its […]
Matt’s Favorites: Alpena Tech, Climate Change Hurts Wine, GM <3 Facebook Again, Crunch Time For Mars Mission, And Much More
Target Alpena Development Corp. has received conditional approval by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation to become a SmartZone.
Matt’s Favorites: LTU Event March 28, Warm Spring, Drones For TV News, China Hacking S. Korea, And Much More
Well, of course I’m going to remind you once again about a terrific upcoming event in our Last Thursdays Unwired Coffee Series at Lawrence Technological University. On Thursday, March 28 it’ll be “How To Get A Tech Job In Detroit.”
Well, welcome to Day Three of your redesigned GLITR. Hope you’re enjoying it.
ANN ARBOR — A study in the Aug. 30 issue of Nature provides, in unprecedented detail, the history of a crucial indicator of the relationship between the Earth’s carbon cycle and climate processes over the […]
Avian flu viruses do not normally infect humans. However, sporadic human infections with avian flu viruses have occurred.