Michigan Tech News

January 2013

Elena Semouchkina tests ceramic resonators in the anechoic chamber in her lab.

Ceramic Resonators Open Metamaterial Doors

February 4, 2013
By Jennifer Donovan

Michigan Tech researcher uses ceramic resonators as metamaterials to bend electromagnetic microwaves is unusual ways. 

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Phi Kappa Tau

Winter Carnival 2013 Celebrates Good Guys and Bad

January 30, 2013
By Marcia Goodrich

Heros and villains find their powers

In these frozen winter hours.

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Michael R. Neuman

Michigan Tech's Michael Neuman Named IEEE Fellow

January 22, 2013
By Marcia Goodrich

For contributions to the advancement of biomedical sensors and instrumentation with clinical applications

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Mark Rodorigo, owner of the company that installed Tech's new ice-making system at the John J. MacInnes Ice Arena, describes the process of making ice while capturing and reusing waste heat.

Michigan Tech Ice Rink Goes Green

January 21, 2013
By Wes Frahm

A new ice-making system at Michigan Tech makes hockey ice, heats the swimming pool and all hot water used in the building.

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Clarkson University's four-stroke Ski-Doo won the internal combustion category of the 2012 SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge.

2013 Clean Snowmobile Challenge on Track for March 4-9

January 17, 2013
By Marcia Goodrich

New teams, new chance to support the Challenge

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on-campus residency

US News Ranks Tech's Online Graduate Business, Engineering Programs

January 15, 2013
By Jennifer Donovan

US News spotlighted Michigan Tech's Online MBA and online master's degree program in engineering in a new ranking of online master's degree programs nationwide. 

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Seals in Antarctica are unfazed by cold and photographers.

Snow Going for Road-Building Engineers in Antarctica

January 15, 2013
By Marcia Goodrich

It takes time and patience, but Russ Alger proves you can build tractor-tough snow pavement at the bottom of the world.

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Cancer cells on the left treated with rice-cell secretions are markedly less vigorous than the untreated cells on the right.

Rice-Cell Cocktail Kills Cancer Cells, Leaves Normal Cells Alone

January 11, 2013
By Marcia Goodrich

Opening the door to kinder, gentler cancer treatments

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Tech careers don't exist in a vacuum; they now have a global scope.

US News Top Tech Jobs Focus on Michigan Tech Strengths

January 9, 2013
By Marcia Goodrich

Computing, engineering

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The Jaipur foot is an inexpensive prosthethic that Michigan Tech students are working to improve.  AP Photo

Senior Design Teams Tackle Jaipur Foot Challenge

January 9, 2013
By Kevin Hodur

Senior Design teams pass along the challenge of improving the Jaipur prosthetic foot.

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