Michigan Technological Univesrity

This is what a native copper vein looks like at Michigan Tech's A.E. Seaman museum. Matt Roush photo.

Tech Tour Day Three: Finnish French Toast, Medical Miracles, Green Racing And A Mineral Wonderland

Finnish French toast is the perfect way to start any high-tech day, but especially when it’s from the Suomi Restaurant in Houghton.

WWJ Newsradio 950–10/14/2012

Michigan Tech DNA

Turning Off Small RNA: MTU Scientist Designs New Tool To Break Epigenetic Code

For the last dozen years, scientists have known that minuscule strings of genetic material called small RNA are critically important to our genetic makeup. But finding out what they do hasn’t been easy. Now a scientist from Michigan Technological University and his team have developed a way to turn off small RNAs and find out just how important they can be.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/01/2012

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