A federal report says the Great Lakes region could experience water shortages in some locations because of climate shifts or surging demand, despite being the world’s largest freshwater system.
University of Michigan researchers have uncovered molecular signals that regulate catch-up growth — the growth spurt that occurs when normal conditions are restored after a fetus or child has been ill, under stress or deprived of enough food or oxygen to grow properly, which could lead to better understanding of why babies who undergo catch-up growth are at higher risk in later life for diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity and other health problems.
Republican Gov.-elect Rick Snyder announced Friday that former Gov. William Milliken’s environmental adviser, William Rustem, will be director of strategy in his new administration.
Lansing Mayor and gubernatorial candidate Virg Bernero said Tuesday evening that General Motors plans to announce a new investment in its Delta Township-Lansing plant Wednesday afternoon. The announcement is set for 3 p.m. Wednesday, however […]
Children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder are twice as likely to have missing or extra chromosomes than other children – the first evidence that the disorder is genetic, a new study says.
State officials are expected to meet with the Detroit Economic Growth Corp. to discuss conveying the Michigan State Fairgrounds to the city.
RTT USA, the Royal Oak-based subsidiary of a German design software firm RTT AG, and Bunkspeed, a Carlsbad, Calif.-based design software firm with a sales office in Royal Oak, announced a collaboration to combine development efforts. […]