Unscripted: Science and Engineering Research







Kiddos in the Lab

About five percent of US workers are in STEM jobs; the projected need for future STEM-related jobs is more like 50 percent. So, how do we get kids excited about science? . . . Read More

Guest Blog: Still Taking Paris Seriously

Several social scientists explain why, despite the US exit from the Paris climate agreement, policy analysis reveals states and agencies continue to take climate change seriously. . . . Read More

Be Brief: Ticked

In short: The hair of the tick that bit you. There are plenty of reasons to be mad at this small arachnid, but close-up they're undeniably fascinating. . . . Read More

May the Forest Be With You

Research at Michigan Tech has branched out into forest biomaterials. Check out this video and see the forest bioeconomy for the trees. . . . Read More

New Optics for Cell Dynamics

Anindya Majumdar, a doctoral student in biomedical engineering at Michigan Tech, lights up a new way to view biophysical systems. . . . Read More

Earth Day 2017: Green Ways with LCAs

In his guest blog, David Shonnard, professor of chemical engineering and Robbins Chair in Sustainable Use of Materials, lays out one of the research tools he uses as director of the Sustainable. . . Read More