Imagine a city where the vibrations of traffic charge batteries for electric cars, and where those cars can snap into trainlike mass transit. Those were among the ideas that St. John Lutheran School in Rochester used to design a city in China centures into the future. And that city was judged the best of 25 entries in Monday’s Engineering Society of Detroit’s 19th annual Michigan Regional Future City Competition.
Rochester, N.Y.-based Fibertech Networks says it plans to install more than 750 route miles of new fiber optic cable in Detroit and its suburbs.
A security guard at a metro Detroit high school has been charged after sexually explicit photos were texted to a 15-year-old female student.
The latest staffing, leadership and boardroom news from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups.
Oakland University Thursday announced it had partnered with Chevron Energy Solutions to install a combined heat and power co-generation system designed to reduce campus utility costs, provide necessary infrastructure upgrades and support educational resources.
Four OU INC SmartZone affiliates have been named semi-finalists in North America’s largest business plan contest, the Accelerate Michigan Innovation Competition.
Hennessey Capital, the local business capital provider purchased by Hitachi Capital America Corp. a year ago, has now changed its name to Hitachi Business Finance.
Cherries, musty basement, pears, pomegranate and cat pee. All of those terms are used to describe wine and not all of them are derogatory.
Crittenton’s marketing director Brian Birney says they’ve been trying to put together programs to reduce the total cost of care.
Members of the Oakland University William Beaumont Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine will welcome U.S. Rep. Gary Peters (D-Bloomfield Hills) and Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson to a formal update presentation on progress the institute’s research scientists are making in a variety of medical disciplines.