Department of Defense

A scanning electron microscope picture of a cancer cell. Uncredited photo from Wikimedia Commons

Study May Provide Insight On Slowing, Halting Invasion Of Breast Cancer

A Wayne State University School of Medicine post-doctoral researcher has secured a significant grant to study the signaling process that triggers a type of breast cancer to transform into an invasive state.

WWJ Newsradio 950–01/02/2012

Event Notices From November 29

The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, groups and institutions

WWJ Newsradio 950–11/29/2011


NCMS Project Wins Great Ideas Competition

The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences’ “No-Mask Electroplating” project won first place in the “Great Ideas Competition” at SAE’s 2011 DoD Maintenance Symposium and Exhibition in Fort Worth, Texas.

WWJ Newsradio 950–11/28/2011

Rave Computer

Rave Computer Announces Defense Industry Contracts

Sterling Heights-based Rave Computer reported several new contracts to provide purpose-built computers to various programs of the United States Department of Defense.

WWJ Newsradio 950–11/10/2011

Event Notices From July 28

The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies and institutions

WWJ Newsradio 950–07/28/2011

Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition Dr. Ashton Carter, and US Senator Carl Levin at a Detroit Small Business Dedense Procurement Summit at Cobo Center. (WWJ Photo/Mike Campbell)

Levin: Defense Is A Growing Part Of MI’s Economy

The U.S. Department of Defense is looking for a few good small businesses in Michigan to help with defense work.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/26/2011

A class using 3-D Experiential Training Co.'s panoramic 3D glasses and sound.

Pentagon Using Pontiac Firm’s 3-D Safety Training

Pontiac-based 3-D Experiential Training Co. LLC said its immersive 3-D safety training videos and viewing hardware have been procured by Washington Headquarters Services, a Department of Defense agency created in 1977 for DoD-wide support functions


NRG Dynamix's modified hydraulic hybrid Ford Ranger

Michigan-Made Hydraulic Hybrids Move Closer To Market

The last time I visited hydraulic hybrid entrepreneur James O’Brien in tiny Deerfield, he drove me around in an old Volkswagen Beetle powered by a 6.5-hp lawn mower engine. Well, it’s even more amazing what a few years and a few million bucks will do.


Aerospace Enterprise team members Phil Hohnstadt, Brian Warju, Jake LaSarge and Andy Mauragis during the Nanosat 6 flight competition review

Michigan Tech Student Satellite To Fly In Space

A team of Michigan Technological University students has taken first place in the prestigious University Nanosat 6 competition, earning the rare privilege of having the Department of Defense launch their custom-made satellite into orbit.


Event Notices From January 4

The latest event announcements on the Michigan technology scene, before they appear in the GLITR IT calendar.