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.
Biznet Internet Solutions of Southfield has joined forces with a heart specialist in Indianapolis to introduce an iPhone app that can help doctors and patients evaluate the risks of implanting an artificial heart.
Join WWJ’s Matt Roush and an expert panel for a discussion on high tech and the auto industry Thursday, Jan. 9 at Lawrence Technological University.
Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a Georgia man who mysteriously disappeared after stepping off a bus in Detroit.
The CW Network’s “America’s Next Top Model” holds casting call for model hopefuls in Southfield.
Wayne State University, in cooperation with the Automotive Industry Action Group, is offering a non-degree certificate program designed to provide participants with an in-depth understanding of supply chain topics and issues in the context of the global vehicle industry.
The latest technology-related certifications and awards earned by Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups.
Sterling Heights police say they have found the body of an elderly Southfield man missing since October.
When you turn on your tree, and the family sighed, because there’s a light that won’t light on one side, don’t throw old lights away, that’s wasteful, you see — recycle them instead with the RSOC.
Join WWJ Technology Editor Matt Roush and panelists gathered by the Southfield accounting and business advisory firm Plante Moran for a webinar on a novel idea for getting innovation into your organization — buying it.