Michigan Tech Magazines

Sleep. Dig deep. Peat. The reincarnation of batteries; virtual reality for everybody. Michigan Tech researchers look at longstanding research challenges from new and interdisciplinary perspectives.

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2018 Michigan Tech Magazine: Issue 2

Six months, 41 researchers, two pipelines, 4,380 simulations, roughly 2 million gallons of oil, and more than 600 pages of science. In an independent risk analysis of the Straits Pipelines, Michigan Tech led a team of experts to answer one question: what's the worst that could happen?

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2018 Michigan Tech Magazine: Issue 1

Welcome Richard J. Koubek, our tenth president.

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2018 Research Magazine

Fish consumption advisories were meant to be temporary, but mercury and other pollutants will move through Upper Peninsula soil and water for generations.

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2017 Michigan Tech Magazine: Issue 2

What Michigan Tech is doing today to stay on the leading edge of tomorrow.

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2017 Michigan Tech Magazine: Issue 1

The Wow Factor—Explosions. Bananas. Liquid nitrogen. How Mind Trekkers create a love for science in the next generation.

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2017 Research Magazine

A team led by physicist John Jaszczak discovered a new mineral—merelaniite. It’s made up of tiny whiskers of graphite-like spires extracted from the crooks of an albandanite crystal.

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2016 Michigan Tech Magazine: Issue 2

It's not over, but when Governor Rick Snyder tapped Michigan Tech alumnus Keith Creagh to tackle the Flint water crisis, Creagh delivered.

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2016 Michigan Tech Magazine: Issue 1

NHL All-Star Game MVP, John Scott inspired a nation with his grit and determination—and his unlikely journey started here.

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2016 Research Magazine

From wildfires to invasive species to diseases, we're taking research to the next level. The work goes beyond a lone lab or single scientist. This is how our teams are solving the big challenges together

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2015 Michigan Tech Magazine: Issue 2

Graduate student Mahsa Asgarisabet was recently recognized by SAE International for her work on carbon nanotube speakers.

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2015 Michigan Tech Magazine: Issue 1

How one man's heart-wrenching journey became a mission to end veteran suicides and help lead a national movement.

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2015 Michigan Tech Research Magazine

The Healing Stitch
Feng Zhao is building a new kind of cellular nanoscaffolding by stitching together fibroblast cells—an artful process similar to crocheting.

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Fall 2014 Michigan Tech Magazine

Sound design student Chris Trevino learned to make zombie noises while interning at a Detroit sound effects studio. Here, he clowns around with the unreal thing during one of the funnest photo shoots ever, at an old, abandoned warehouse near the village of Mason, just a few miles from campus.

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Spring 2014 Michigan Tech Magazine

Seeking a Tiny, Spiny Menace: PhD student Martin Hobmeier samples the waters of Portage Lake for the spiny water flea, an invasive exotic species. He is aided by Research Associate Foad Yousef.

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