Mechanical engineering faculty from a private Indian university will soon be pursuing their Ph.D.’s from Michigan Technological University.
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ProQuest is serving the dramatic growth in academic research in India with its first solution designed specifically for this market. ProQuest Indian Journals enables researchers from around the world to cross-search and access premier academic journals published entirely in India along with other ProQuest content all in one step.
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Technosoft Corp., an IT and business process outsourcing provider, announced the global launch of its Information Edge Services, an outsourced process that helps organizations address the issue of Big Data and the challenges of managing the velocity, volume, variety and veracity of information.
Ford Motor Co. Monday announced that it is taking another major step toward helping stabilize carbon dioxide emissions globally, today becoming the first automaker to join a voluntary greenhouse gas reporting program recently established in India.
Taking another step toward making affordable and durable prosthetics available to India’s low-income population, a team of Michigan Tech senior design students have redesigned and cost-optimized a prosthetic knee.
It is alleged that Nerusu killed his wife, 14-year-old daughter and 12-year-old son at their home in Novi in 2008.
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Execs with a bank formed in part to serve people in southeast Michigan berated customers and exchanged email calling Indians derogatory names, according to a lawsuit.