There’s an Ann Arbor connection to this year’s Nobel Prize in chemistry, awarded to American researchers Robert Lefkowitz and Brian Kobilka.
Mysterious objects zoomed across Michigan’s night skies week after week 115 years ago, during the spring and summer of 1897.
The mysteries behind throwing a curve ball and keeping the baseball field green will be hot topics Sunday during 4-H Science Day at Cooley Law School Stadium.
Math and science are on the radar of a growing number of high school students, according to a new report by the U.S. Department of Education.
Michigan eight-graders have scored significantly better on a national science test in 2011 than in 2009, beating the national average.
On May 5, the Wayne State University College of Engineering hosted 38 former participants in the Gaining Options — Girls Investigate Real Life (GO-GIRL) program at Wayne State.
As history has proven, earthquakes are one of the most destructive natural disasters. Engineers and scientists study them to determine how, where and why they happen to reduce the damage they can cause.
“Makers” use technology such as 3D printers and easy-to-use programming tools to create devices that send Twitter messages when a plant needs to be watered, or a harp made of lasers or even 3D-printed playable electric guitars.
The academy’s Summer STEM Program is an overnight academic program designed for rising 8th-11th grade students in good academic standing who have an interest in math and science.
Michigan is the seventh largest producer of maple syrup.