Michigan Tech sits on Innovation Shore. Our researchers bring concepts to market and teach the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Inspired by the natural glues mussels make, biomedical engineering professor Bruce Lee works to make adhesives work under water.
Thomas Werner’s journey from East Berlin to the Keweenaw has been a metamorphosis. His work with fruit flies is giving researchers an avenue to explore for cancer screening, prevention, and treatment.
Measuring seismic events lets geologist Greg Waite “see” the magma at the heart of a volcano and take its pulse.
As a musician, Andrew Barnard was interested in acoustics before he became a professor of mechanical engineering at Michigan Tech. Now he works to make the world beneath the Great Lakes quieter.