The growth of a high-tech Mt. Pleasant manufacturer is a testament to the efforts of entrepreneurs and community partners.
Central Michigan University’s Global Campus Center in Dearborn is hosting a debate on “Transforming the City of Detroit — The Austerity Model vs. The Growth Model” on Wednesday, March 27 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 1 Parklane Blvd., Suite 122 East, Parklane Towers.
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Central Michigan University biology professor Andrew R. Mahon and a group of researchers from the U.S. Geological Survey, the University of Notre Dame and The Nature Conservancy have identified a genetic method of surveillance to detect the abundance of invasive species in water.
Central Michigan University engineering students are constructing an electrical panel that will serve as a vibrational energy harvester to create renewable energy for powering a temperature display.
Eighty Central Michigan University students will battle for the profitability of fictitious companies in a unique simulation competition, testing their knowledge of SAP, the world’s foremost Enterprise Resource Planning software.
Verizon Wireless announced Friday that it had expanded its network coverage in the Mt. Pleasant area.
Central Michigan University’s carbon footprint has been decreasing on a “rapid basis,” according to LeRoy Barnes, CMU utilities engineer, since the school began taking conservation methods to reduce electricity consumption and conserve natural gas in 2008.
Central Michigan University has become a leader in energy efficiency, at least if the volume of its efficiency rebates from Consumers Energy is any indication.
Central Michigan University faculty member Anja Mueller has invented a method to filter 300 times more perchlorates from water than typical consumer filters currently on the market.