Matt’s Favorites: 2018 Trip To Mars, Ford C-Max Energi review, NBC Gets Infected, And On Star Trek, The Gold Shirts Are Deadly Too
And what’s the latest from the wide wild world of high technology? Here you go, campers…
Matt’s Favorites: Grosse Pointe Woman Younger On Facebook, New Yahoo, Chinese Cyberspies, Sony PlayStation 4, And The Latest From Space
And now, the latest in the ever-changing world of high tech, from all over the Series of Tubes… enjoy!
Matt’s Favorites: A Find On Mars, Internet TV, Nuts With Nukes, Of Mice And (As It Turns Out Frequently Very Different) Men
Hey, what news from the incredible world of high tech? Glad you asked — here’s what I found!
So what’s up in the wacky, wonderful world of high technology? Hang on to your hats…
But of course I still think you should join us Jan. 31 at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield as we resume our monthly series of tech events, Last Thursdays Unwired @ LTU.
Well, welcome to Day Three of your redesigned GLITR. Hope you’re enjoying it.
When Curiosity, the latest NASA Mars rover, takes core samples during its historic mission this fall, its robotic arm will rely on two sensors developed by two graduates of Lawrence Technological University.
While NASA’s new Curiosity rover will spend at least two years on Mars, searching for clues that the planet may have been suitable for microbes, scientists like David Pawlowski of Eastern Michigan University are honing their research to unlock some of Mars’ other mysteries.
The Curiosity rover that landed on Mars Aug. 6 features the largest, most advanced scientific payload of any Mars mission yet — and, as usual, Reali-Slim thin section bearings from Kaydon Bearings Division in Muskegon.
More than a hundred people packed into a campus auditorium in Ann Arbor to watch a technical and scientific marvel from the NASA space program.