Unscripted Research Blog


Q&A with the MTU Masterminds of 3D-Printed PPE

Michigan Tech's 3D printing fleet has been put to work producing personal protective
      equipment for the community.

Michigan Technological University’s Van Pelt and Opie Library may be more solitary than ever these days, but it isn't quiet. The library's 3D printers are running full blast, turning out thousands of face shields for community health workers. . . . Read More

Guest Blog: Quick, We Need a Writer!

The National Guard is ready to deploy the Mobile Thermal Utility Sanitizer (MTU Sanitizer)
      that Sidona DeBrule and Lindsey Wells worked on alongside other University engineers,
      Credit: Andrew Barnard

In her guest blog, Maria Bergstrom, academic advisor and lecturer in Humanities, shares how the call for a writer is a reflection of the times — and you just never know where your education will take you. . . . Read More

Research Heats Up with HITEMMP

Next generation heat exchangers will be 3D printed, low-cost, ultra-compact and able
      to withstand high-temperature, high-pressure environments.

HITEMMP stands for High Intensity Thermal Exchange through Materials and Manufacturing Processes, a new initiative through the Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E). . . . Read More