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On the Bleeding Edge of 3D
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
If you're wondering when we'll finally get that holodeck
promised, the folks at University of Michigan's 3D Lab could probably give you a decent ETA. From 3D printers to digital models to immersive virtual environments, these tech wizards are pushing the 3D envelope. And their technology is accessible to students and members of the public alike.
Guest Blogger: Larry Eiler
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Michigan has always been ground zero for cutting-edge engineering. And with the technological sophistication of today's auto industry, that fact couldn't be truer. Larry Eiler, CEO of Eiler Communications, thinks the state could do a much better job of telling the world that story.
Raw Talent: Chef Swaroop Bhojani, PhD
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Whether it's in a research lab or restaurant kitchen, the ability to perfectly mix ingredients is vital for success. Dr. Mahaveer Swaroop Bhojani has got both domains down but until now has only made a career of one. Last week, however, the U-M researcher opened A2's very first Chaat House. Don't know what that is? Read on.
Ann Arbor's Video Game Librarian
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Library Of Alexandria meet the Library Of Galaxia. U-M is now home to a growing archive of video games, treating them as an important chronicle of our cultural, technological and artistic identity. From Pong to Pac Man to Grand Theft Auto, over 2000 games are available for study, recreation or nostalgia. Who knew history could be so fun?
Powered By Michigan
Wednesday, December 02, 2009
Ann Arbor is all about customer satisfaction. But not the way you think. It's the scientific method behind evaluating customer satisfaction that was developed here at the U-M. and spun off into successful companies. They are reminders of how university, state, and local efforts are working together to transform our region into a breeding ground for innovation and entrepreneurship.
Wednesday, March 02, 2011
Banks and offices are the buzz-kill of downtowns. Know why? Urban documentary filmmaker Kirk Westphal, founder of Westphal Associates, gives his view on this and other reasons why folks will do a hard stop and head no further down the block.
Michigan Research Institute
Wednesday, June 18, 2008
What do Humvees, egg pasteurization and toe nail fungus have in common? They are the focus of companies working alongside one another at the Michigan Research Institute, an Ann Arbor not-for-profit incubator space dedicated to nurturing promising new technology firms.
The Sound Of Innovation: Joseph Curtin Studios
Wednesday, June 04, 2008
Joseph Curtin designs and builds violins and violas for a distiguished and international clientele. Combining cutting edge acoustic technology and master craftsmanship, he is helping evolve both the art and science behind some of the world's most beautifiul music.
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