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Michigan Tech Renovates Alternative Energy Research Building

March 21, 2008
By Jennifer Donovan

Alternative energy research and education finds a new home in an old building.

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Michigan Tech Poplar Research Ranked World-Class

March 20, 2008
By Jennifer Donovan

Michigan Tech is ranked in the top 20 worldwide for its published poplar research.

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A Fresh Look Inside Mount St. Helens

February 19, 2008
By Marcia Goodrich

A Michigan Tech researcher identifies a new cause of earthquakes at Mount St. Helens, North America's most active volcano.

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Increased Research Means More State Funding for Michigan Tech

February 11, 2008
By Jennifer Donovan

Increases in research at Michigan Tech pay off in Governor's proposed higher education budget.

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Forests Could Benefit When Fall Color Comes Late

January 21, 2008
By Jennifer Donovan

Fall colors are coming later due to increased carbon dioxide levels, and that may be good news for forestry industries.

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A Prehistoric Forest Rises From a Farmer's Pond

November 28, 2007
By Jennifer Donovan

The remains of a forest that may have been covered by the last glacier to melt on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan more than 10,000 years ago has been found in a farmer's pond.

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Lecture Nov. 28 on Glacial Evidence for Global Warming

November 21, 2007
By Marcia Goodrich

Not just your everyday climate change, says renowned geologist.

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Michigan Tech Helps Solve Mystery of Cosmic Rays

November 8, 2007
By Jennifer Donovan

Massive black holes in the centers of galaxy are the source.

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Solving the World's Problems - One Byte at a Time

October 17, 2007
By Jennifer Donovan

Michigan Tech has joined the IBM World Community Grid, to put computers to work on pressing scientific and medical research when they would otherwise be idle.

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Michigan Tech, Yale Will Study Great Lakes Water

October 17, 2007
By Jennifer Donovan

Scientists at Michigan Technological University and Yale University have received a National Science Foundation grant of nearly $2 million to do a collaborative, interdisciplinary study of the water in the Great Lakes.

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