Take a deep breath and take the long view.

Take a Deep Breath

The pandemic. Midterms and finals. November 3. Travel (or not). Times are stressful, which means the science of self-care is . . .

Tim Havens: Warm and Fuzzy Machine Learning

What are you doing for supper this Monday night at 6? Grab a bite with Dean Janet Callahan and Associate . . .

“It’s Working!” — Copper Country Intermediate School District and Michigan Tech Launch a New CTE Program in Mechatronics

Michigan Tech recently launched a year-long Career and Technical Education (CTE) program for high school juniors or seniors in the . . .

Erik Herbert: Holy Grail! Energy Storage on the Nanoscale

Erik Herbert shares his knowledge on Husky Bites, a free, interactive webinar tonight, Monday, October 12 at 6 pm ET. . . .

Orhan Soykan: How to Become a Prolific Inventor

Orhan Soykan shares his knowledge on Husky Bites, a free, interactive webinar this Monday, October 5 at 6 pm ET. . . .

Graduate School Announces Fall 2020 Award Recipients

The Graduate School announces the recipients of the Doctoral Finishing Fellowships, KCP Future Faculty/GEM Associate Fellowship, and CGS/ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation . . .

Flow pattern around a chemically active Marangoni surfer. Graphic Credit: Saaed Jafari
      Kang and Hassan Masoud

What Tiny Surfing Robots Teach Us About Surface Tension

Propelled by chemical changes in surface tension, microrobots surfing across fluid interfaces lead researchers to new ideas.

Michigan Tech SWE Chapter Makes It Their Mission to Give Back

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) at Michigan Tech make it their mission to give back to the community and . . .

Sarah Sun: Nice shirt! Embroidered Electronics and Motion-Powered Devices

Sarah Sun shares her knowledge on Husky Bites, a free, interactive webinar this Monday, September 28 at 6 pm ET. . . .

What if our cars and trucks moved cooperatively on the road in response to each vehicle’s
      environmental sensors, reacting as a group to lessen traffic jams and protect the
      humans inside?

What Lies Ahead: Cooperative, Data-Driven Automated Driving

Networked data-driven vehicles can adapt to road hazards at longer range, increasing safety and preventing slowdowns.

Large groups of makers, engineers, and medical professionals are already collaborating
      to make open-source solutions that can be reproduced and assembled locally worldwide,
      including 3D printers like Cerberus that can print at high temperatures. Credit: Joshua
      Pearce

Guest Blog: MTU Releases Three New Open-source Tools for COVID-19

In his guest blog, engineer Joshua Pearce shares how his lab developed a high-temperature 3D printer, a firefighter mask and . . .

Bill Sproule: Houghton, Michigan Tech, and the Stanley Cup

Bill Sproule shares his knowledge on Husky Bites, a free, interactive webinar on Monday, September 21 at 6 pm EST. . . .

MTU and Northwestern Michigan College to Collaborate on Great Lakes Research

Michigan Technological University and Northwestern Michigan College (NMC) have formalized their intent to collaborate on Great Lakes research, with a . . .

Simplicity On the Other Side of Complexity: Todd Stone at Michigan Tech Thursday (Today)

Todd Stone, co-founder and managing director of geology at Arena Energy, will visit Michigan Tech today, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020 . . .

Steve Techtmann has been selected to receive a Defense Advanced Research Projects
      Agency (DARPA) cooperative agreement award for $7.2 million over four years to refine
      a method of chemical and high heat (pyrolysis) deconstruction of plastic waste into
      protein powder and lubricants.

From Plastic to Protein Powder

Michigan Tech researchers have been selected for a $7.2 million DARPA cooperative agreement award to turn military plastic waste into . . .

Joshua Pearce: 3D Printing Waste into Profit

Joshua Pearce shares his knowledge on Husky Bites, a free, interactive webinar this Monday, September 14 at 6 pm EST. . . .

Forecasting the water levels, temperatures and currents of the lakes is highly important
      because of the myriad ways lake conditions affect commerce, recreation and community
      well-being.

Where Modeling Meets Observations: Improving the Great Lakes Operational Forecast System

Improving the Great Lakes Operational Forecast System by creating a data assimilation and model adjustment loop.

This scanning transmission electron microscope (STEM) scan shows the regular crystalline
      arrangement of iron garnet films.

Tiny Circuits, Long Distances: Smaller Light Processing Devices for Fiber-optic Communication

Researchers at Michigan Tech have mapped a noise-reducing magneto-optical response that occurs in fiber-optic communications, opening the door for new . . .

An aerial view of Wadsworth Hall.

MTU One of Just A Few U.S. Universities with Highly Robust COVID-19 Testing Plans

Return-to-campus plans vary widely by school as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the US. Researchers say Michigan Tech has . . .

The Michigan Tech campus seen from across the canal from the top of Mont Ripley.

MTU Researchers Introduce New Theory to Calculate Emissions Liability

A new study by Michigan Tech researchers questions conventional methods of calculating carbon emissions liability based on point source pollution . . .

Outreach in Natural Resources and Engineering

Eighteen high school students from Detroit and across the Lower Peninsula are spending six days at Michigan Tech from July . . .

Lake Superior Water Festival Wednesday

More than 700 elementary, middle and high-school students from 10 Western Upper Peninsula schools will gather at Michigan Technological University’s . . .

Fall 2018 After School Science and Engineering Classes

Starting Oct. 1 through Nov. 6, there will be six hands-on explorations taught by Michigan Tech science and engineering students and staff from . . .

Letter of Intent Deadline for NSF’s PREEVENTS is July 27, 2018.

The deadline for submitting a letter of intent to NSF’s ongoing Prediction of and Resilience against Extreme Events Program (PREEVENTS) is . . .