Science & Technology

Published June 12, 2018

TROY — The Team 4384 Benzene Bots, of the FIRST Robotics Competition comprises 35 students from the International Academy-East and Troy and Athens high schools who have spent each Thursday afternoon this year mentoring the Martell students.

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Published May 15, 2018

DETROIT — Ensuring that students are prepared for the future is a constantly evolving challenge. The nonprofit organization Brave Initiatives is taking on that challenge by offering free coding classes for young women.

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Published April 25, 2018

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — There’s no denying that careers in information and communications technology are male-dominated, but Baker College is helping to change that.

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Published January 31, 2018

The meteor Jan. 16 was seen and heard by residents all throughout the state.

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Published January 29, 2018

METRO DETROIT — An area in Hamburg Township, Michigan, has the professional and amateur meteorite-hunter community buzzing after NASA confirmed a space rock allegedly 6 feet in diameter and possibly as big as the size of a small SUV entered the Earth’s atmosphere Jan. 16.

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Published January 23, 2018

WARREN — Robots will take over Peck Elementary School Jan. 27 when the Peck Engineering Leaders host the Vex IQ robotics challenge from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Published January 23, 2018

FARMINGTON HILLS — Farmington resident Tony Licata not only heard and saw the big “boom” that turned out to be a meteor the evening of Jan. 16, but he helped find meteorite fragments days later.

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Published August 31, 2017

WEST BLOOMFIELD — Preliminary work began on a new senior living facility at the site of the former Ealy Elementary School Aug. 23. 

A $23 million assisted living community, called Provision Living at West Bloomfield, will be built at the location of the old school, 5475 W. Maple Road.

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Published August 21, 2017

It had been almost 40 years since the last solar eclipse, and the public was ready for another one.

On Aug. 21, community members from the Grosse Pointes and surrounding areas took to the skies at the Grosse Pointe Public Library Woods Branch, in Grosse Pointe Woods, and Ewald Branch, in Grosse Pointe Park, to watch the much-talked-about solar eclipse.

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Published March 7, 2017

BLOOMFIELD HILLS — Sacred Heart Lower Academy is encouraging students at its girls school to get their hands dirty and jump into science feet first with its annual Hands-On Science Day.

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Published January 31, 2017

ROYAL OAK — Looking for a way to connect with the city while on the go? Is your face always in your phone?

The city has you covered with its new app, available now for iPhone and Android.

“It is basically another way of looking at our website,” said Royal Oak Community Engagement Specialist Judy Davids.

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Published November 28, 2016

Things are picking up speed at a recently opened cyber security hub associated with the Macomb-OU INCubator at the Velocity Collaboration Center in Sterling Heights.

During a Nov. 15 Sterling Heights City Council meeting, Larry Herriman, who directs the Macomb-OU INCubator, gave a brief presentation about the center’s recent happenings, particularly with its new Velocity Hub of the Michigan Cyber Range.

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Published October 26, 2016

DETROIT — Parents often say their children are the lights of their lives, but humans don’t have the physical ability to glow in the dark without outside assistance.

There are, however, many kinds of living creatures that create their own light. Through Jan. 15, 2017, the Michigan Science Center is hosting “Creatures of Light: Nature’s Bioluminescence.” 

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Published October 7, 2016

When people think of manufacturing jobs, they might think of dark, foreboding factories that offer little except poor-paying manual labor jobs. However, there are those who are trying to show the world that this couldn’t be further from the truth.

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Published September 20, 2016

LANSING — Representatives from eight state community colleges  — including Macomb Community College — met Sept. 8 for a press conference in Lansing to announce details of an articulation agreement.

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Published August 30, 2016

With the start of a new school year, Utica Community Schools is giving some starter lessons about its newly revamped website and the rollout of a new downloadable mobile app for students and parents and more.

According to school officials, the overhaul affects the websites for the school district’s online ecosystem, including the schools and specialty programs. In a statement, UCS Superintendent Christine Johns praised the online changes for their functionality.

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Published August 23, 2016

DETROIT — New developments in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia may be on the way thanks to a new program uniting three of Michigan’s most prestigious universities.

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Published August 17, 2016

FARMINGTON HILLS — A new club, the Farmington Community Stargazers, has something for you to see in the sky.

Just ask Farmington Hills resident Anish Nagpal, 29, who saw Saturn up close last year.

“The first time when I looked through the telescope … it gave me goosebumps,” Nagpal said recently. “Looking at the rings of Saturn …  you read about it, you’ve seen the pictures, but it doesn’t compare when you look through your own eyes. It is a different feeling.”

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Published August 2, 2016

ROCHESTER HILLS — The hot topic of cyber security will be explored at Oakland University via a new two-year master’s degree program.

“Cyber security is a very big issue,” said Huirong Fu, an OU professor and coordinator of the new Master of Science in cyber security program. Students in the new program will learn to “determine the vulnerability in any system and how to defend it,” she said. 

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Published July 5, 2016

OAKLAND COUNTY — Summer is often a time when people look to complete outdoor projects and make their yard look pristine.

During these projects is when an individual might accidentally nick a power or gas line on their property, as they didn’t know where the line was buried or they were unaware of an overhead line while clipping a tree.

Terry DeDoes, a public information director with Consumers Energy, said people should take some time to figure out where these lines are on their property.

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