The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, groups and institutions
The Michigan defense is no longer one of the worst in the nation.
The Lions had two big concerns coming out of training camp – stopping the run and running the ball.
The Pentagon announced Monday that the remains of Army Cpl. A.V. Scott, 27, of Detroit, will be buried June 22 at Arlington National Cemetery.
Macomb County business owners attended a town hall meeting, Friday, hoping to keep the M1 Abrams tank production program alive.
Porsche Poole scored 11 points, and No. 11 Michigan State turned in a record-setting defensive performance to defeat Northwestern 56-25 in the Big Ten tournament quarterfinals Friday.
Brar Technology Inc., an engineering firm that specializes in the development of embedded software for the defense industry, is moving into the Macomb-Oakland University INCubator in Sterling Heights.
The Pentagon is ending a multi-billion-dollar push for a new amphibious vehicle for the Marine Corps. It was anticipated the program would have created hundreds of jobs in Michigan.
South Korea’s defense minister resigned Thursday amid intense criticism two days after a North Korean artillery attack killed four people on a small island near the Koreas’ disputed frontier.
The United States Department of Defense Tuesday night issued a statement regarding the “mystery missile” seen off the coast of southern California that’s been the subject of debate across the country.