Copper Country Math Circle Spring Session

The College of Sciences and Arts (CSA) Dean’s Office is once again partnering with the Copper Country Intermediate School District . . .

What are the social and cultural barriers that are hindering implementation of renewable
      energy technology? Michigan Tech researchers are working with eight communities to
      overcome barriers to renewable energy adoption.

Michigan Communities Flip the Switch Toward Clean Energy

Hypothesis: Understanding transitions to renewable energy systems in eight Michigan communities requires converging expertise and lived experiences.

Stablilux Biosciences is a spin-off company of Michigan Tech that develops medical
      imaging technology.

Rise and Shine: Brighter Medical Imaging

High-brightness fluorophores (HBFs). A biomedical start-up. Small business technology transfer. This is how commercialization grows from basic research.

Students observe an art installation in one of the halls at COP25. Image Credit: Jessica
      Daignault

Reflection and Perspectives from Inside COP25

The third in a series of student blogs by Michigan Tech’s representatives at COP25 in Madrid.

Like fishing, this biochemistry technique catches and releases proteins, speeding
      up purification and lowering the cost.

A Fishing Lure for Protein Purification

Biochemists developed a catch and release technique to find the specific protein they’re fishing for.

LinkedIn Learning Training Platform Available to Staff and Faculty

As we begin the new semester, all Michigan Tech staff and faculty are encouraged to take advantage of their access . . .