Technology developed by General Motors and NASA for a robot on the International Space Space Station may have uses on Earth.
A Macomb County company is developing a cleaning product that will be used on NASA’s mission to Mars.
Take a trip around the world in only 6 seconds with a NASA astronaut.
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.