Rofin-Sinar Technologies Inc., the industrial laser manufacturer with dual headquarters in Plymouth and in Hamburg, Germany, Thursday reported lower sales and profits for its first fiscal quarter ended Dec. 31.
The great thing about Michigan State University is that I could do Tech Tours from now until Doomsday and they’d never run out of cool things to show me.
A new $13-million National Science Foundation center based at the University of Michigan will develop high-tech materials that manipulate light in new ways. The research could enable advances such as invisibility cloaks, nanoscale lasers, high-efficiency lighting, and quantum computers.
Sound Answers Inc., a sound and vibration consulting firm based in Canton Township, has been selected to receive a Small Business Innovation Research Phase II grant by the United States Air Force. The funded project […]
An investigation is underway into a couple of scares in the air over Metro Detroit. Two separate incidents recently forced pilots assigned to U.S. Customs and Border Protection Service to take evasive maneuvers, after being […]