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From 3D printing to RNA extraction, from wastewater to remote sensing—COVID retooled research. And research continued on: In Argentinian blueberry fields, Antarctic lakes, the Great Lakes, and lunar labs. Read more Research

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One of the best STEM schools in the country. Employers know us by name. So do students like Abby, who discovered Michigan Tech through our Summer Youth Programs and is a chemistry major currently doing research in organic synthesis with one of her professors.

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6,500 square feet of industrial engineering. The Unit Operations Lab is a three-story laboratory where upper-level chemical engineering students learn to run experiments like they’re on the job. Safety always comes first—face coverings and physical distancing simply joined the existing requirement for hard hats, nonporous boots, safety glasses and following standard operating procedures.

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