Michigan has struck a deal to boost exports of its corn and soybeans to Taiwan as part of the state’s broader efforts to expand its international trade.
Lawrence Technological University is attracting students from Taiwan with its “3+2” dual-degree programs. Students take three years of courses at another college or university and then study two years at Lawrence Tech to complete a bachelor’s degree from the first institution and a master’s degree from Lawrence Tech.
Altair Engineering Inc., a provider of simulation technology and engineering services, says its product development division, Altair ProductDesign, has partnered with the Taiwanese automotive design consultancy Studio X-Gene to develop a new electric concept vehicle.
We have talked about the Taiwanese videos on the show before. Some of their better videos were the one about the Tiger Woods fight scandal and Brett Favre situation. Well, they have finally made a video […]
Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, announced today that it is currently accepting applications for an upcoming trade mission to China with an optional visit to Taiwan.
The Michigan Department of Transportation is collaborating with engineers in Taiwan on Intelligent Transportation Systems research. The collaboration may someday lead to in-vehicle devices that would provide drivers with information about what speed to keep to […]