Creating Community

Josh Loar’s Keweenaw Culture Project is a multifaceted, community-based endeavor for the advancement of campus and regional cultural equity. . . . Read More

Swiss Cheese and Safety

French onion soup, the Cuban sandwich, process safety. Just a few recipes that wouldn't be the same without the crater-infused cheese: Swiss. . . . Read More

100 Percent Human—Improved

Implantable devices and cell therapy could reverse devastating effects to human bodies caused by diseases, helping us all reach our full physical potentials. We’re not. . . Read More

Be Brief: Stent

Happy Valentine's Day. We're celebrating hearts with biodegradable stents that can help save lives now—but dissolve away when they're no longer needed and the body's . . . Read More

Guest Blog: Let Sleeping Bats Lie

Undergrad Cheyanne Boucher studies wildlife ecology and management. In her guest blog on bat conservation, she explains what's waking up sleeping bats. . . . Read More

Zinc: A Shorter Stint as a Stent

Researchers at Michigan Tech are creating bioabsorbable stents with zinc and zinc alloys that could prove safer than current stent materials. . . . Read More