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Macomb CC Conference Explores Autonomous Vehicles

WARREN — Macomb Community College’s Center for Advanced Automotive Technology will hold its 2016 conference, “The Road to Autonomous Vehicles,” on Friday, May 6, from 8 a.m. 340 more words

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University conference leaves CSI in the dust

At the University of Windsor Friday, what looked like nothing more than teenagers making faces at a computer screen is technology that would make law enforcement agencies green with envy. 501 more words

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Wayne State President Wilson honored with INSIGHT Into Diversity's 2016 Giving Back award

Wayne State University President M. Roy Wilson has been given the 2016 Giving Back award by INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine for his work to propel underrepresented students toward science careers and increase the diversity of WSU’s campus, among other initiatives. 443 more words

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16-12 Segment 1: Incidental Genetic Findings

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Synopsis: Genetic testing has become a widespread reality in the past five years, but doctors are struggling with what many genetic findings really mean. Should patients should be told about the presence of genes that might be either dangerous… or perfectly harmless? 2,114 more words

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Pregnant-belly-rubbing advice costs WSU $850,000 payout to student

A federal appeals court has upheld an $850,000 judgment for a former social work student at Wayne State University who was told to wear looser clothing and not to rub her pregnant belly because it might excite the male clients she was working with at a rehab center. 540 more words

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Wayne State Pays $849k To Former Student In Pregnancy Discrimination Case

DETROIT (AP) — Wayne State University has lost an appeal and must pay more than $800,000 to a former student who said discrimination based on her pregnancy played a role in her removal from the social work program. 107 more words

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