Emmet County is hoping to help address a nationwide shortage of pilots and aircraft mechanics, by teaching high school students to take to the skies.
Harbor Springs, Pellston and Alanson public schools will send upperclassman to the Pellston Airport. Continue reading
Researchers are hoping to show that light made by creatures at the bottom of the ocean can help the human brain. It appears the light can turn off overactive neurons and turn on new neural pathways.
The professor of CMU’s Fermentation Science program, Dr. Cordell Demattei, met me at the facility.
The Environmental Protection Agency earlier this month registered the first ever vertebrate pheromone biopesticide. The pheromone is one used by sea lamprey to alert other lamprey that they are looking for a mate. The EPA has approved the pheromone concoction to basically trick the eels so they can be killed easier
A new 10-million dollar science, technology, engineering and math institute is coming to Midland.
The facility will be funded by Michigan State University, Dow Chemical Company, The Herber H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation, the Rollin M. Gerstacker Foundation, and the Charles J. Strosacker foundations.
Dr. Gary Dunbar has accomplished alot in his 33 years here at Central Michigan University. From being with the neuroscience program from the beginning, to seeing it become top in the nation in 2013. Continue reading
College and beer is usually a traditional combination with the students on the drinking side of the operation, says a Central Michigan University official, but a new program at CMU is hoping to train the next generation of users.
State education officials are preparing to implement new science standards in schools. The state Board of Education could adopt the Next Generation standards as soon as next month.
A rare plant species that calls the Great Lakes Region home is now getting attention from researchers; from up in the air.
Researchers are using the technology to map where the Pitcher’s thistle plant lives. It’s something officials typically do by counting in person. One by one. Continue reading
The national Knowles Science Teaching Fellowship is an annual award presented to 32 teachers for furthering of science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM education.
And this year, one of the recipients is a spring graduate from Central Michigan University. Continue reading
Many teachers look forward to summer vacation just as much as students.
A group of teachers from the Great Lakes Bay Region however, are looking forward to more learning. Continue reading
There are many memorials dedicated to remembering the Holocaust. Continue reading