Central Michigan University has acquired what is says is the only unmanned aerial vehicle in Michigan that is equipped with a hyperspectral camera, a six-foot long helicopter that will significantly advance research imaging of Great Lakes wetlands.
The holidays can be a slow time for companies, and the lack of business can be a break for some. But the Central Michigan University Research Corp. and its CoWork space points out that entrepreneurs probably struggle with taking time off. So for the entrepreneur crowd, here are a few tips to make your holiday as guilt- and stress-free as possible.
Like most of Michigan’s directional schools — you know, the ones with a direction as their first word — Central Michigan University started out over a century ago as a teacher’s college in the days of the one-room schoolhouse. Boy howdy, have things changed. This sprawling campus that bumps up to mid-Michigan cornfields is constantly reinventing itself with advanced new buildings, and it’s home to truly world-class science and research.
After extensive development, Industrial Cryogenic Engineering LLC has mastered manipulating the molecules of metal so that it will last two to four times longer than anything currently on the market.
AT&T Inc. says it has fired up its 4G LTE high speed data network in the Mt. Pleasant area.
Gary Dunbar, director of the neuroscience program at Central Michigan University, believes his research team may have taken a step in the right direction toward promotING the recovery of the brain after damage caused by stroke, traumatic brain injury, and neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s, Huntington’s and Alzheimer’s.
Area artists Lindsay Nicole and Nick Castillon just completed two large scale murals at the business accelerator Central Michigan University Research Corp.
Central Michigan University students and faculty are able to increase their scientific research on the Great Lakes thanks to the purchase of a 32.5-foot vessel by the CMU College of Science and Technology.
Central Michigan University physics professor Marco Fornari and a six-scientist team have been awarded $8.5 million from the U.S. Department of Defense to develop and apply computational methods to replace expensive, rare chemical elements from critical technologies. The award is one of 15 given by the DOD to academic institutions to perform multidisciplinary research.
The state’s Michigan Works employment agencies will hold their annual conference Sunday, Sept. 8 through Tuesday, Sept. 10 in Mt. Pleasant.