Michigan Tech President Mroz To Step Down Next YearGlenn Mroz became Michigan Tech's ninth president in 2004.
Ex-Michigan Tech Student Accused Of Threatening Black Classmates Sues SchoolA former Michigan Technological University student who was accused last year of threatening on social media to shoot black students is suing the school.
Murder Conviction Affirmed In Iranian Student's DeathThe Michigan appeals court has affirmed the murder conviction of a man who killed his newlywed wife from Iran before she started graduate school at Michigan Technological University.
Michigan Tech Cancels Regional Ski Event Due To Lack Of SnowA continued lack of snow in Michigan's typically snowy Upper Peninsula has forced the rare cancellation of more ski races.
Charge Dismissed Against Michigan Tech Student Who Threatened African-Americans OnlineA charge of disturbing the peace against a Michigan Technological University student who authorities say threatened blacks on social media has been dismissed.
Police Arrest Suspect Accused Of Threatening African-American Students At Michigan TechPolice say the threats, discovered around midday Thursday, were made on the anonymous social media website Yik Yak.
Researchers: Rubberized Asphalt May Be Key To Solving Michigan's Road WoesCould scrap tires hold the answers needed to fix Michigan's crumbling roads?
Michigan Tech Prof Gets Grant For New Prosthetic Ankle, FootMo Rastgaar, an assistant professor at Michigan technological University, has received a National Science Foundation grant of nearly $500,000 to make his new artificial limb design a reality.
What's Going On Under the Ice? A Cabled Observatory Gives Michigan Tech Researchers a PeekScientists at Michigan Technological University in the western Upper Peninsula turned several existing lab instruments into a sophisticated probe they have deployed all winter under the thick ice and snow covering the Keweenaw Waterway, which runs between Houghton and Hancock and connects two parts of Lake Superior. It's the first time they've had a long look at what goes on under the water in winter.
Michigan Tech Research May Lead To Hardier Rice To Feed New BillionsAs the Earth’s human population marches toward 9 billion, the need for hardy new varieties of grain crops has never been greater. It won’t be enough to yield record harvests under perfect conditions. In an era of climate change, pollution and the global spread of pathogens, these new grains must also be able to handle stress. Now, researchers at Michigan Technological University have identified a set of genes that could be key to the development of the next generation of super rice.
Kettering Wins SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge At Michigan TechAfter two years as runner up, Kettering University has taken the gold in the internal combustion division of the 2014 SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge. Canada's McGill University won the electric division.
Michigan Tech Prof's Plants, Bacteria May Give UP's Gay Stamp Sands New LifeThe tiny town of Gay on northern Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula is famous for more than its eponymous Gay Bar -- there's also a wasteland of copper mining pollution. Now, a professor at Michigan Technological University is studying using plants and bacteria to bring new life to the Gay Stamp Sands.