The Centrepolis Accelerator at Lawrence Technological University has been granted $1.55 million in seed funding from the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) for Centrepolis’ C3 Accelerator program, which supports the development and scaling of cleantech, climatech and circular-economy technologies in Michigan.
Students from the Detroit Public Schools Community District’s Bates Academy attended a Robofest day camp at the Detroit Children's Museum Saturday, July 24, with representatives of the university and IBM to learn about robotics and LTU’s long-running robotics competition.
Inadvertent damage to underground utilities—buried gas, water, sewer, and electric lines—is a $30-billion-a-year problem in the United States Soon, a weeklong workshop hosted by Lawrence Technological University will explore how to solve the problem and cut that price tag.
The exponential growth of data being gathered by organizations of all types has created new opportunities for data analysts Lawrence Technological University has responded with two new degree programs—Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in business data analytics, both available through the LTU College of Business and Information Technology. Classes are offered in-person, online, or in a hybrid format.