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Test kitchen and production line could cook up new Michigan jobs

Officials hope it boosts sales in state by $400M and creates 1,000 jobs.

LANSING — Michigan food entrepreneurs would be able to take their idea and turn it into frozen meals on the shelves of local grocery stores using a proposed mock production line. Read More

University counts twins for world-record attempt

April 18, 2014
Visitors to a local university’s campus might think they're seeing double with the number of twins at the institution. Read More

Design firm doubles space

April 17, 2014
A downtown design firm is growing and giving back in the process. Read More

Students turn lens on manufacturing

April 17, 2014
An annual high school student video competition aims to promote interest in the manufacturing industry. Read More

University spotlights STEM projects

April 16, 2014
A local university is showcasing the work of its engineering and computing students tomorrow. Read More

Drug development company partners with center at MIT and Harvard

April 16, 2014
A local drug development company is now partners with a center for psychiatric research at MIT and Harvard. Read More

University wins third consecutive project management competition

April 15, 2014
A team of students claimed first place at a project management competition on Monday — and picked up the third consecutive win for their university. Read More

Kendall College greets interim president with no-confidence vote

April 14, 2014
The faculty and senate at Kendall College of Art and Design don’t have confidence in the interim president. Read More

Police use tear gas on university students

April 14, 2014
| By AP
Police used tear gas over the weekend to quell a disturbance by a crowd of university students. Read More

Snow and field runoff could close beaches

Heavy precipitation can contribute to formation of water-borne bacteria.

(As seen on WZZM TV 13) LANSING — Even after all the snow Michigan received this winter is gone and melted, it could still find a way to adversely impact summer vacations. Read More