The latest awards, certifications and prizes earned by Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and people
A three-team alliance from Grand Blanc, Auburn Hills and Lansing won the 2012 Kettering University FIRST Robotics District Competition Saturday in Flint.
Grand Blanc Township and the Michigan Department of Transportation demonstrated Genesee County’s first public electric charging station at a ribbon-cutting event held last week.
A Michigan election board is scheduled to certify election results that will formally remove from office a Republican legislator who was recalled in a union-backed campaign.
Michigan’s largest teachers’ union spearheaded an effort that appears to have successfully recalled a Republican state lawmaker from office.
A second-term Republican – State Representative Paul Scott chairs the House Education Committee.
Recall elections involving state officials are relatively rare. But when they happen, it’s a barometer of voter discontent, and it’s a good idea to pay attention.
The Northville Robostangs motored away with three of the highest awards resented at the 12th Annual Kettering Kickoff FIRST Robotics competition at Kettering University in Flint on Saturday, Sept. 17.
A Republican state legislator from Genesee County has lost another appeal in his effort to avoid facing a recall election.
The main gym at Ann Arbor’s sparkling Skyline High School was packed Saturday with two thousand screaming fans and thumping music — not for basketball, but for science, technology, engineering and mathmatics.