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SafeLane Returns to its Roots: Campus Walkways Get a Makeover

July 21, 2009
By Karina Jousma

Anti-icing material developed at Michigan Tech applied on campus walkways.

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Open water on the Great Lakes

Michigan Tech Partners with Army Corps of Engineers Environmental Lab

July 8, 2009
By Jennifer Donovan

Michigan Tech has signed an educational and research partnership agreement with the US Army Corps of Engineers Environmental Laboratory in Vicksburg, Miss.

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Michigan Tech Researcher Gets Stimulus Money for Blood Pressure Research

June 18, 2009
By Jennifer Donovan

Michigan Tech Exercise Science researcher receives federal stimulus funding from the National Institutes of Health(NIH).

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Michigan Tech Physicists Make a Splash with Rain Discovery

Michigan Tech Physicists Make a Splash with Rain Discovery

June 10, 2009
By Jennifer Donovan

Physicists challenge conventional wisdom about the size and speed of raindrops.

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Midwest Climate Change Research Center Awards $1.5 Million in Federal Grants

May 11, 2009
By Jennifer Donovan

The Midwest Center of the National Institute for Climate Change Research, based at Michigan Tech, has awarded $1.5 million in research grants.

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Biofuel for Jets Could Cut Carbon Emissions Over 80 Percent

May 9, 2009
By Marcia Goodrich

The seeds of a lowly weed could cut jet fuel's cradle-to-grave carbon emissions by 84 percent.

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Gilbert Receives NIH grant

May 7, 2009
By Marcia Goodrich

Michigan Technological University has received $164,521 in federal economic stimulus monies to conduct medical research.

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NSF Awards $4 Million to Michigan Tech to Build Earth Science Teaching Model in Grand Rapids

April 22, 2009
By Jennifer Donovan

Grant enables Michigan Tech to partner with Grand Rapids Public Schools to design a science teaching model.

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Bone Deformities Linked to Inbreeding in Wolves of Isle Royale

April 3, 2009
By Jennifer Donovan

The wolves on Isle Royale are suffering from gentically deformed bones, and scientists from Michigan Tech blame extreme inbreeding.

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Digging Up the Past in Utah

March 27, 2009
By Jennifer Donovan

A scientist from Michigan is digging up the past in Utah. The 19th century pottery he unearths will be displayed at the Iron Mission State Park Museum in Cedar City.

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