News articles about our department



LTU boosts STEM opportunities through $300,000 grant

Prosper, July 21, 2014


Lawrence Tech Receives $300K STEM Grant,

WWJ-Radio, June 26, 2014


Lawrence Tech Receives $300K STEM Grant

Detroit News,

June 25, 2014


LTU Gets $300K Grant For Diversity In STEM,

Technology Century, June 24, 2014


Science in cyberspace is topic of annual LTU lecture.
Cand News
February 12, 2014


Lawrence Tech students create, beta test video game.
Fox Detroit
January 31, 2014


NerdSynq: Infinite Machine Interview
February 1, 2014


Students show off their creations at Robofest
Detroit News
November 23, 2013


September 2, 2013. Robofest on PBS Detroit (Channel 56-1).


Lawrence Tech To Host Two Digital Humanities Events Sept. 27 and 28
CBS Detroit
August 26, 2013

Denis: Knee ID? Don’t knock it!
April 29, 2013


Japan Satellite TV, February 17, 2013 February 9th, 2013.


If they ask for ID, show them your knee,
NBC News, February 5, 2013.


Would you believe that this body part could be used to reveal your identity,
The Blaze, January 29, 2013.


Knobbly knees could be used for identification,
The Daily Star, January 25, 2013. page 30.


Study: MRI scans of knees can be used for biometric identification,
Wired Magazine, January 23, 2013.


Your knobbly knees really are unique: Scientists say kneecap MRI scans could replace fingerprints as ID,
The Daily Mail, January 24, 2013.


Soon, get an MRI to board flights,
Times of India, January 24, 2013.


Knee Scan Identification: MRIs May Be Better Way To ID Travelers Study Suggests,
Huffington Post, January 25, 2013.


Biometrics Using Internal Body Parts: Knobbly Knees in Competition With Fingerprints,
Science Daily, January 23, 2013.


Putting on a RoboParade
Daily Tribune
November 27, 2012


My Computer Could Paint That!
November 21, 2012


RoboParade; Photography exhibit; Library bake sale
Daily Tribune
November 14, 2012
Rochester Hills, South Lyon students compete in RoboSumo North American Championship
The Oakland Press
October 31, 2012
Lawrence Tech Tour Shows Local Talent For Tech Transfer
CBS Detroit 
October 19, 2012
Computer Programs Become Art Appreciators
International Business Times 
October 17, 2012
Computer classifies paintings like an art critic
NBC News
September 28, 2012
Computers can understand art like humans 
Yahoo! News
September 27, 2012
Can computers understand art?
September 27, 2012
The machine that matches the art critic’s taste
News You Can Use
September 27, 2012
Computers match humans in understanding art
September 26, 2012
Computers can understand art like humans
Times of India
September 27, 2012
­Artificial intelligence cracks history of art
Russia Today
September 27, 2012
Study: omputers match humans in understanding art
R&D Magazine
September 26, 2012
Computers match humans in understanding art
Science Daily
September 26, 2012
Computers match humans in understanding art
eScience News
September 26, 2012
Lawrence Tech Wins Grant For Interdisciplinary Computer Center
CBS Detroit
June 27, 2012

Galactic axis of asymmetry threatens cosmic order
New Scientist
August 22, 2012
Is God right-handed? Spiral galaxies’ rotation and isotropy
July 25, 2012
LTU Fifth Of 47 Schools In Robotics Competition
CBS Detroit
June 14, 2012
Canton Team Wins at Robofest World Championship
June 2, 2012
Milford team wins Robofest regional
Observer & Eccentric
May 10, 2012
2012 Hawaii Robofest Award Winners
Isis Hawaii 
March 30, 2012
Region 4 and the Southeastern Michigan Section Help Foster STEM with Robofest PACE Project
February 11, 2012
Science and Engineering are truly captivating subjects
Paragon Life
February 1, 2012
Robofest 2012 Kick-off covered by SIGCSE bulletin
The Macomb Daily features RoboParade in the article "Sterling Heights team takes two prizes at RoboParade"
January 1, 2012
Robofest featured on Robot Magazine
Fall detection research at LTU (Comp. Sci. faculty CJ Chung and LTU students) was featured on Channel 7.
December 18th, 2011
Read press release about this story in Tech News. The research was also featured on CBS Detroit.
“Journal Editors' Reactions to Word of Plagiarism? Largely Silence”
The Chronicle of Higher Education
November 20th, 2011
“Nagpur scientists concede plagiarism”
Nature India
September 30, 2011
“Painting by numbers”
The Economist
July 30, 2011
"Automating the Art Critic"
August 14, 2011
"Computer Analysis Identifies Similarities Between Van Gogh, Pollock"
CBS Detroit 
August 11, 2011
"Will the biomedical-research bubble burst?"
The Chronicle of Higher Education
October 17th, p. 25, 2010