Kettering University has received a $125,000 donation from Southfield-based Lear Corp. to upgrade existing closed circuit television surveillance on campus with the Avigilon System, a high definition network video management solution, as part of its continuing commitment to safety on campus and in the surrounding neighborhood.
Students in grades 6-12 in West Michigan, who are curious about Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) careers, are eligible to win a Kindle Fire, remote-control helicopters, Lego kits and t-shirts at the second annual “What Is An Engineer” demonstration on Tuesday, April 16.
Gage Products announced Monday that Clarkson University won the company’s award for best overall fuel economy in the annual SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge.
Kettering haptics students are introducing new innovations into Flint’s medical community.
The latest industry awards and certifications earned by Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions, groups and people.
Scribe is an ancient word, having its roots in the occupation of making handwritten copies before the invention of printing. But Kettering University and Hurley Medical Center in Flint have fast-forwarded the word into the 21st Century technology.
A three-team alliance of Lightning Robotics, Team 862 of Canton; More Martians, Team 70 of Goodrich; and Foley Freeze, Team 910 of Madison Heights won the Kettering University FIRST Robotics District Competition in Flint on Saturday, March 2.
Kettering University, a nationally ranked science, technology, engineering and mathematics university, was one of 39 institutions accepted into the Common Application for the 2013-14 academic year.
How a Lapeer engineering student’s homemade gift for his parents, an outdoor enclosure for flat screen TVs, became a business.
Hurley Medical Center will co-host an open house for high school students called “Co-op Is The Best Medicine” with Kettering University on Monday, March 4, from 6 to 8 p.m.