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Cities september 23, 2016

Food-Producing Architecture Competition Seeks To Better Feed Cities

A design challenge in Copenhagen highlights the need and beauty of urban farming

Technology may 31, 2016

Movie-Inspired Software Can Give Any Phone Pressure-Sensing Abilities

Inspired by Batman movie scene, developers are using speakers and microphones to sense touch

Work january 15, 2016

Dashing Through the Snow, Driverless

Ford tests autonomous vehicles in snow at Mcity facility

Syndicated july 28, 2015

Driverless Cars are Turning Up at a Michigan Ghost Town

MCity, a 32-acre site recently opened by the University of Michigan, will be used to test driverless cars in partnership with auto industry big names

Mobile january 15, 2014

U.S. Youth No Longer Driven By Car Culture

Statistics show Americans under 35 are less likely to own cars, a troubling fact for the motor vehicle industry.

Home october 14, 2013

Suspended House Tells The Story Of Homeowners Affected By The Recession

A reflective pop-up art pavilion in downtown Flint, Michigan symbolizes the people and places who have been hurt by the worldwide recession.

Work october 11, 2013

Kickstarter Campaign Aims To Turn Funeral Homes Into Coworking Spaces

Spencer's Morturary may soon become a meeting place for creatives in a blighted Midwest town.

Arts & Culture june 18, 2013

Guerilla Children’s Author Hides Miniature Doors On City Streets

Artist Jonathan Wright's whimsical fairy doorways are strewn like hidden gems throughout Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Technology january 15, 2013

Could A Tech Boom Save Detroit?

As hi-tech firms spring up in areas better known for destitution and drugs, Detroit may experience some positive economic growth.

Design & Architecture december 13, 2012

A Look Back At The Splendor Of Detroit’s Now Abandoned Buildings [Pics]

Photography project captures life in the city's public spaces before and after the Recession.

Innovation october 6, 2011

Various Facets Of Detroit City Life Filmed On A Train

'People Mover' combines different art forms, all of which were filmed and performed on Detroit's train.

Advertising june 6, 2011

Concrete Outdoor Ping Pong Tables Soon To Adorn NYC Parks

Parks in New York City are gradually serving as homes to these concrete outdoor Ping Pong tables designed by HENGE.

Advertising june 1, 2011

Flying Dog Sues To Reverse Product Name Ban

Gonzo brewer's Ralph Steadman-designed label ruled “detrimental to the public health, safety and welfare.”

Work february 23, 2011

University Of Michigan Creates New Millimeter-Scale Computing System

A prototype implantable eye pressure monitor opens doors for advanced microcomputer technology.


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