You might not think of an event called the Great Lakes Crop Summit would be much for technology. But with robots, drones and climate change on the agenda, there’s a lot more than you’d think.
So what’s the brightest and best in the worlds of science and technology at the beginning of a week I plan to end in the western Upper Peninsula on my tech tour, yeehah! Well, here’s what I found on the Series of Tubes…
A dozen high school students will be joined by robots in performing a musical program on Friday, July 19, at 3 p.m. at Lawrence Technological University, 21000 West 10 Mile Road in Southfield.
Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) said Thursday that is investing $100 million globally to install robotic plant laser inspection technology to improve quality through reduced wind noise and more refined fit and finish. This new […]
Kettering University’s summer lineup of day camps and pre-college programs let students touch cool science equipment, make their own soap, power toy cars, build mobile robots, create smart phone applications and more