Department of natural sciences

In LTU’s Department of Natural Sciences, you’ll have the opportunity to tackle real-world problems in multimillion dollar, state-of-the-art laboratories.  Your challenging courses will provide you a rich and solid background in both the physical and biological sciences. With a wide range of options available, you have the flexibility to tailor your course of study to fit your interests and plans. Extensive hands-on learning experiences, including co-op and internship opportunities, can prepare you to compete with the best to succeed in the career of your dreams.

IN THE NEWS

  • LTU lecturer: Stem cells offer hope to ALS patients

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    Stem cell treatments now in clinical trials offer the prospect of a treatment for one of humanity’s most dread neurological diseases, a Lawrence Technological University audience learned Tuesday night.

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    Mar 30


    LTU Physics Prof Explains Gravitational Waves Discovery

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    In this video, Dr. Scott Schneider, associate professor of physics at Lawrence Technological University, explains gravitational waves in terms almost everyone can understand.

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    Feb 18

  • LTU department chair develops mobile technology to reduce falls by seniors

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    Thomas Goulding, chair of LTU’s Department of Math and Computer Science, is leading a team of physicians, scientists, and professors who have developed a product using mobile technology to alert health care providers when an elderly person is about to get out of a wheelchair.

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    Jan 1


    Local Wendy's restaurant adopts a Lawrence Tech theme

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    The nearby Wendy’s restaurant at Ten Mile Road and the Northwestern Highway service drive has been remodeled and now sports an LTU theme in its decor. A grand reopening ceremony was held Nov. 24.

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    Jan 1

  • Lawrence Tech eyes future growth with purchase of Southfield office complex

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    Lawrence Technological University has purchased the Mark Plaza building and its nearly five-acre site at 21411-21415 Civic Center Drive in Southfield from KLM Ventures LLC. 

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    Dec 2