Star gazers may have a chance to see science in action this weekend as the orbit of the International Space Station brings it over the Detroit area.
A new system to study and predict the formation and behavior of hurricanes, designed at the University of Michigan, has received a preliminary review go-ahead by NASA.
A documentary film by a Grand Valley State University alumnus, “I Want To Be An Astronaut,” has been uploaded to the International Space Station’s film library.
A thorny aerodynamics problem is about to get a Netflix-style big data treatment from a University of Michigan-led team of engineers.
Sochi reportedly spent $51 million to host the Winter Olympics.
So how’s everybody doing the Monday morning after the big game? A few sore heads this morning, I’m sure, after America’s big party. Just remember next time: three aspirin and as much water as you can keep down right before bed is a reasonably effective hangover preventer. And now — quietly, I promise, and no bright lights — the latest in tech news.
So how’s everybody doing as the winter of our — well, not discontent, maybe, but certainly our discomfort, continues? Bundle up and check out these fine tech tidbits, first the local, then the national.
So how’s everybody doing in the snow globe that is Michigan on this fine frigid Monday? Another polar vortex headed our way, so warm up with these fascinating bits of technology and science…
Retired Capt. James Lovell says America’s priorities have changed when it comes to the space program.
Elizabeth Barrios says her career dream officially began when she was just 10 years old on a trip to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. Now, she’s graduating from Wayne State and off to get her Ph.D.