ProQuest is expanding its acclaimed Digital National Security Archive with newly declassified files that provide researchers with fresh insights into the modern relationship between the U.S. and Japan.
New vehicle prices have dropped $500 in the past year, mainly because Japanese automakers have restocked dealers after car shortages in 2011.
Family and friends of a Michigan businessman who died while hiking on Japan’s Mount Fuji plan to honor his life.
Lawrence Technological University’s robot, vuLTUre2, finished fifth in the Auto-Nav Challenge, the main event at the 20th annual Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition held at Oakland University June 8-11.
It’s a long way from Detroit to Houghton, and it’s even farther to Osaka, Japan, but distances don’t seem to faze Chanavia Smith. As a teenager, she left her home in Detroit to travel nearly 500 miles north by northwest to attend Michigan Technological University on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. This fall, she’s off to Japan.
Altair Engineering Inc. announced that Intelligence Business Solutions, a Tokyo-based business consulting and process solutions provider, will become a reseller and implementation partner for Altair’s HiQube business analytics technology, integrating HiQube as part of their solution offerings to companies throughout Japan.
Altair Engineering Inc. announced that Zeal Group of Tokyo, Japan, has become a reseller and implementation partner of Altair’s HiQube business analytics and performance optimization platform.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp, Tuesday announced that two Japanese companies, Panasonic Automotive Systems and Teijin Advanced Composites, were approved for incentives by the Michigan Strategic Fund through the new Michigan Business Development Program to support their expansions in Michigan.
It was one year ago today that an earthquake and tsunami hit the northern coast of Japan……killing nearly 20-thousand people.
A year after the crisis at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, scientists and engineers remain largely in the dark when it comes to fundamental knowledge about how nuclear fuels behave under extreme conditions, according to a University of Michigan nuclear waste expert and his colleagues.