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"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:56 min | 5 months ago

"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Sandra McNeil here's what's happening at ten fifty some events in Washington the president signing a stimulus package as work I want a goes on to expand it to a bigger package more from CBS coming up at the top of the hour here in Michigan a man in his fifties now and Wayne County the first fatality as a number of cases of coronavirus rises to one ten governor Gretchen Whitmer relaxing some licensing rules she says so employers and schools can quickly create disaster relief child care centers during the coronavirus emergency facilities will provide slots for workers in certain essential fields like healthcare and law enforcement coming up Jeff Gilbert checks out the new Hyundai Alondra say what he thinks of that meanwhile here locally in response to the corona virus the Michigan Science Center stepping up to launch a daily life science presentation for your kids it's from their echo distance learning studio president and CEO Christian Greer says it's a poignant time in our history says kids could be scared about the possibility of the virus but this will push them into thinking about what's going on and maybe going into the stem field we need them we need we need our young people to learn about its be comfortable in it and R. echo distance learning program certainly allow us to do this across the state and in different areas the shows will run daily at two thirty PM small cars stand out in an SUV world the subject over with the car chronicles Hyundai moving its reveal of its new alone for a small car online was senior designer Davis Lee also showing off a new platform for the vehicle the new platform dramatically changes the launchers proportions shape is wider longer and lower than ever since smokers need to appeal to young buyers Hyundai's connected car manager CJ Ekman says that connectivity is important it's connective itty and.

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"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:58 min | 6 months ago

"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The weekend and DJs there's of the TCO of kids stage that'll have the Michigan Science Center and all sorts of family oriented activities you know during the day so in addition to all these outdoor fun interactive of answers a lot of music and warmth and and good drinks and and family fun as well sounds good that's producer John Wentz there's free skating learn to ski and snowboard ice sculptures and the big winner slice Sunday marks the ninety second Academy Awards held at the Dolby theatre in Hollywood and broadcast by ABC CBS news correspondent Chris Martinez is in Los Angeles with a preview variety magazine's Tim gray says I think the narrative of this year's awards is exclusion and lack of diversity for the second year in a row the ceremony itself will be streamlined with a long list of celebrity presenters replace their traditional show host our rooms all nervous about is going to change the DNA of the Oscar show and it didn't and the ratings what I think the TV audiences like that so I think they're going to stick with that Chris Martinez CBS news Los Angeles we have a special live auction package running now through eight o'clock this morning this is a Tigers package featuring play by play announcer our buddy Dan Dickerson and his wife Lori and here's stand talking about what the winner will Gadd Laurie makes a work of he's he's one it'll show you around but you get down to the field to watch batting practice and then you come up to the booth and you get to see were German I broadcast which to me is the greatest vantage point the whole ball park and it's it's fun to just kind of show you where we do what we do and talk a little bit dealt with you what we do and the C. batting practice on the field you never know when the United just a stroll on over and he's so good at that and most of the players are but just roll over to say hi because is that little area behind you know the batting cage were people will stand and the whole experience then you obviously watch the game but the whole experience is a lot of fun Dan and.

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"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:23 min | 7 months ago

"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Inch of snow as we head through the night at least on non paved surfaces but some slippery travel conditions likely to continue through the night and again the worse that to the north of the city mostly cloudy sky brisk later on tonight as we dry out the other thirty one clubs it's under the moral up to forty one of the mostly cloudy tomorrow night low twenty eight a couple of snow showers Tuesday I forty colder Wednesday I thirty and we could see some rain late in the day Thursday and Thursday night right out Pontiac thirty Ann Arbor thirty three natural thirty three going down to thirty one this is accurate urologist John fear can WWJ newsradio nine fifty thank you John we check traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the H. your next update less than ten minutes away at six eighteen or any time just for you WWJ newsradio dot com WWJ news time six ten weather together on the eighth and breaking news first keep up to date on the road every morning every afternoon with news radio nine fifty Detroit public school students will soon have access to new services to help them deal with mental illness and other issues Debbie WJZ accu page explains to try public school students will soon have access to new services to help them deal with mental illness and other issues the PS is partnering with you of Ms trails program to bring mental health resources to all one hundred ten public schools in the city trails began working with Ann Arbor public schools in twenty thirteen it has four hundred mental health professionals in sixty four counties and help some three thousand students across the state the three million dollar expansion into DPS will include help from four hundred specially trained mental health professionals from across the state Jackie page WWJ newsradio nine fifty WWJ news time just ahead of six twelve a statue of the robotic cop from the nineteen eighty seven film robocop set in Detroit is nearing completion ahead of its debut at the Michigan site center organizers of the Kickstarter campaign website who crowd funded robocop for the city posted photos recently with an update of the statue with a note that says its final form is coming later this winter and again that's at the Michigan Science Center the Michigan state Attorney General wants to prevent any potential settlement money from the ongoing opioid lawsuit to go into the wrong hands or from going into the wrong hands WWJ.

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"michigan science center" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

07:40 min | 9 months ago

"michigan science center" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"On top of and are making this big blob in the sewer and if we if the sewer gets clogged Sewage sewage can back up into people's basements and then it can also get diverted into the Great Lakes and other waterways. Yeah Wha- What do you Beyond like wipes and things me. What's what's the interest in fabrics? Like what are you Trying to learn or deduce from from studying them yes I mean they. We had had the one here mccomb county. There have been ones in London. There was a recent one in Baltimore New York Maryland. So they're happening more and more and public works just just wants to get rid of them and so there's not a lot of people kind of looking more specifically at them so we're trying to see Carol Miller is more of an on. She's on the engineering side. So like how they form where they form kind of looking at the neighborhoods around that are feeding into it And and kind of breaking it down a little bit more. And then what we're doing doing is just characterizing. The fabric so like I said we dissect it out all the different trash that happened to make it up. That people are flushing down the toilets including you know tampon applicators which wouldn't surprise you but then they were like mustard packets and You know cigarettes and some other all the things that did surprise us. who throws away mustard penalty? I don't I don't ever think about that to throw away mustard packets down the toilet. Cigarettes cigarettes are less surprising. uh-huh cigarillos that have that plastic on the end the white plastic there that we found a lot of those as well. Mark Markers I uh-huh why would I mean a few. I mean a toddler throwing something down there. I could understand but I see that we're enough or you're like wow I noticed this and I can't imagine that's good because then you have to. Yes the water. The water wastewater gets filtered. But it seems like this just adds a lot of work and a lot of effort to the whole sewage system right. Yeah so I mean mccomb county and obviously a lot of public works are interested because these wipes as well as trash go into pumps and so inside the pump. uh-huh basically it's they. They can break the pumps because they shred inside the pump and they get caught in there and then it causes the pump to overheat and and other issues so that ends up being a big issue and has been really expensive for for public works people everywhere but we are also having An exhibit at the Michigan Science Center. They're also part of the grant so we've moved part of the fat Burger over there And that will open the first week of December. That's cool cool. Yeah so people can go and touch the fatburger. Maybe nuts now they. They built kind of like a pipe structure Where you can you can see into it? So they made windows. You'll be able to see the fabric and they did. I think they're kind of like shellacking. Some of the things we found in the fat Berg and so I can't pet the fat burke. You can't can't fat Berg for the toddlers squish. Yes so we'd have to disinfect. What's this is what's much so like taking this sort of like holistic view of the work that you're doing you know a lot of people would just be like great you know like we're living in contaminant soup soup and it's everything's toxic and we're all GonNa die and it's terrible and you know I guess what like what do you hope ultimately that The work that you're doing produces I mean what sort of like the public good and all here do you think. Yeah I mean I do agree that it's easy to feel that way and I mean there are days when I feel that way too just knowing what I know and reading stories just being pretty depressed about it but I mean there are things that we can do and so what I've been I'm trying to do is meet with community groups Give Ted talks and just talk about you know some of the things you know. There's some things we can't do With some of the industry three the bigger things. But you know there are small things where we can cut back or you know put our consumerism and and Money into companies that generate profit from our health versus from polluting and disease. And so I think that's spreading awareness exactly And what I talked about you know before. was you know we have something similar. You know we have meat free Monday and we have TACO Tuesday Tuesday but I suggested a toxin free Thursday. Where on Thursday you kind of try to focus and not take all the pollutants out of your life if but maybe one week you know you? Focus on reducing plastics and trying to do use reusable containers and things things that are biodegradable. And maybe the next week you know you try to get rid of some of the pesticides that you use or you know like try to focus that way so I started A HASHTAG tax-free Thursday Where every week I just post like a a a small tip or something that we could all do to kind of decrease the pollutants? Yeah I want to ask you about. I saw that you were the first faculty member Recruited to Wayne State's new. Integrative biosciences center I know you're not originally from Michigan. And you know you're doing you know important pioneering work here you could presumably gone anywhere in the country like like wh why. And how did you end up here in Detroit. Our we so lucky to get you here. That's a good question Yeah I mean I did interview all over the country and I was really I was really drawn to Detroit Almost I grew up on the other side of Toledo in Ohio. So my family's not super happy that I'm in Michigan but because the big Buckeye fans but they they're okay with it because it's Wayne State and not the other college Yeah so. I almost didn't come Tom Because I was like. Oh Detroit you know I grew up like I did not sure But when I came I fell in love with it. I mean I love detroi- in the vibrance and everything the thing that's going on here how you know. So many people in the community Are just like working on making it. You know better for everyone And Wayne State itself. Is You know the just. The collaboration and integration has been impressive all right Tracy. Baker is an assistant professor at the Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. And the head of the water lab the Baker Water Lab at Wayne State University Tracy Tracy. Thanks so much for coming on daily Detroit. Great thank you before I let you go. I want to thank Wendy's who joined us as a member at Patriot dot com slash daily Detroit. Thank you for helping us. Push Detroit's conversation forward. You can join her at Patriot dot com slash rush daily Detroit. It really does help make local media matters. Also I've already gotten a bunch of feedback on our last episode specifically the part about local journalism unwisdom. I may share. Some of that will spend his off to Belarus to talk to the Press Club. There he'll tell you more about all that on tomorrow but it also means we're we're running short staffed the next week. I know that my voice is according to one listener his exact words nasal and annoying but well informed so unfortunately for them. They'll get a bit more of it next week with fen being in Minsk with all that I'm jerry stays to care each other. We'll see you around Detroit..

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"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The movies absolutely and that's where I'll see you at the movies I'm Terry Lee a member of the broadcast film critics association for WWJ newsradio nine fifty double double Cheney's time three twenty four it looks like it's going to take a little bit longer for the trump administration to finish its review of fuel economy standards double double J. ought to be a reporter Jeff Gilbert explains it's been nearly a year since the administration propose freezing up coming fuel economy standards at twenty twenty levels are now reports of final decision may not come until September that decision could mean a court showdown with California which vows to stick to the original standards carmakers avast those involved to negotiate a solution but there's been no progress car companies say the most important thing to them is to have one national standard Jeff Gilbert WWJ newsradio nine fifty well summertime is done time for a lot of kids W. dubb Jason Jordan reports it's a great opportunity in Detroit it's called the summer of science at the Michigan Science Center in Detroit summer of science is an opportunity for free admission to the Michigan fight center that's Christian Greer the president and CEO of Michigan Science Center summer of science has hundreds of hands on exhibits live stage shows a kid's town gallery even a playground the purpose of which is pretty important explore science technology engineering and math together you get a chance to put in your hand that the Michigan plants there were you can explore ideas discover things for yourself the summer science continues at the Michigan Science Center through August seventeenth Tom Jordan W. W. jadis radio nine fifties.

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"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Raising awareness about raise the wage act the server for an hour was hosted by Michigan won it fair age Congress woman Brenda Lawrence spoke live on W. W. J. a deaf ear and a blind eye place to the working class who every day go out work forty hours and still under federal standards are living in poverty the raise the wage act said that recently passed the U. S. house would eliminate raise the minimum wage to fifteen dollars for all employees and get rid of the sub minimum wage for tip workers the US house as we know has passed a bill to gradually raise the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour the president has threatened to veto it if it gets to his desk W. W. J. business editor Murray Feldman looks at the pros and the cons the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office rather numbers reporting that a hike in the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour would give seventeen million Americans a higher income they now earn less than that a fifteen dollar an hour wage would lift one point three million people above the poverty line if they continue to be employed it's a big if the budget office contend some companies would not be able to pay the fifteen dollars an hour resulting in one point three million jobless Americans seven states already have a fifteen dollar an hour minimum wage and every democratic candidate for president has endorsed it Marie Feldman WWJ newsradio nine fifty summertime is damn time for a lot of kids W. WJZ before now reports there's a great opportunity in Detroit it's called the summer of science at the Michigan Science Center in Detroit summer of science is an opportunity for free admission to the Michigan fight center that's Christian Greer the president and CEO of Michigan Science Center summer of science has hundreds of hands on exhibits live stage shows a kid's town gallery even a playground the purpose of which is pretty important explore science technology engineering and math together you get a chance.

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"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Thing that's going to be a minus remain calm if we're not calm and where the hell then that just creates chaos on the entire scene for everyone so just to remain calm and to remember I training to make sure that we do everything that we possibly can the little girl survived thanks to the efforts of medic unit twenty five and the fire department engine fifty five old man crew being recognize this morning at the apartments recognition event all by the way old I'm only five months into the job live in local in downtown Detroit run do a W. W. jadis radio nine fifty today marks fifty years since the launch of the Apollo eleven lunar mission the way technology was fifty years ago it's kind of surprising is it that we actually made it to the moon prior to the time in part because of the early computers was so crude at the time the engineers worked very very diligently to be able to get out there and you can see even fifty years later we're having trouble gets the mode now and it shows you just how complicated these efforts are that's Christian Greer he is the new president and CEO of Michigan Science Center in honor of in honor of the Apollo eleven mission fifty years ago today guests get in free at a Michigan Science Center in Detroit plus the opportunity to build and launch their own rockets today at two PM Tennessee police are urging people to avoid flushing drugs down the toilet they say among other things the wildlife could ingest the drugs they say running into an alligator is scary enough imagine running into an alligator on math speaking of alligators they found the alligator that's been in Chicago's Humboldt park for the last week news conference being held later today W. WCW's thirty eight traffic.

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"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Seventeen incident when it car was deliberately driven into a crowd of protesters at the unite the right rally. Chief Craig defendant out of the department handle this weekend's event saying protesters were separated. Caroline, nor mandate. The regional director of the Anti-Defamation League of Michigan agrees. Police did the right thing violence is violence. And so when people are trying to bait citizens that are trying to have fun. And, and with the intent of creating something that's awful. We would I'm very, very concerned about something like that. Craig said despite the protests, there was no violence this weekend at the pride event. A child sexting, and Genesee county leads to twenty two arrests including people from Wayne Oakland and LaPierre counties, Genesee county sheriff says a newly formed task force found people believed to have been targeting children for sexual purposes in at around Flint, one of those arrested a vice president for commerical Bank. Two of the victims were two and six years old, a project, linking, twelve cultural campuses in midtown Detroit set kick. Off taking ten years to realize Cezanne, Charles was part of the winning design team announced at the Detroit public library this morning. I think it's always been a really thriving cultural context any system. And I think unifying, the twelve inker, cultural institutions in this district serves to amplify what is best about what's always been here included in the project will be the DIA. The Charles H, right museum, the Michigan science center, and others seventy five million dollar price, tag would not include any taxpayer, money, W, w j news time, six oh, seven Google has big plans for Michigan and the city of Detroit, we'll be playing a prominent role w w j NewsRadio nine fifties. Michael Cohen explains. A top Google executive is in metro Detroit today, kicking off a tour of the state with its first stop at the Taylor community library Ruth parade is the CFO Google make I where committing to invest an additional seventeen million dollars here to give us capacity to expand significant. In the future, and second, where kicking off our grow with Google multi-city toward Michigan..

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"michigan science center" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"michigan science center" Discussed on WJR 760

"When we have some time to work you in so line right up. Hey, you know, speaking of high tech, and this is just a little bit off subject, but we were talking about it over to break the adventures in game big blockbuster movie going on right now loaded with CGI or a computer graphics special effects. They said it's on the cross over two billion dollars worldwide in just the second weekend. Yeah. Rentable? Yeah. The numbers are just nuts with that. Speaking of nuts. Unite should make a movie make two billion dollars. I'd rather just sit here behind this, Mike and enjoy life. Okay. Because it's so much more fun because I get a chance to talk to guys like Mike Brennan with 'em. I TEK news, Mike. How are you this week? Great the big show last Monday. So I can breathe again. So my life resumes. Show was that that would be not connected. The Michigan science center just right away. No, it was a softball question. So how did that show tells a little bit about it? I was speaking of three d and all that we did have unity technologies they're putting on a workshop about just that very thing. How all the and of course, the biggest one of the biggest three D software developers in the world with three billion installed units. Not too bad in. So we had the most of the North American team. Office staff and also had cybersecurity in connected vehicles and all different things going on in about three hundred people show up pretty good show exhausting. Not sure if I want to do another one, but beginning a few months, right? No doubt my mind Mike that next year. This is going to be an annual event and you'll be doing yet another one because that's in your blood. Maybe you just can't stop doing it. But you know. In my blood. So. The cool thing is Mike. I mean, you you charge people to come to this. But now all the sessions are online on M I tech, news dot com. And if people can't get enough of cast in Thomas on the radio or the podcast, or you know, what the session that. I was on is out there. Take a look at what was going on. Great cyber-security track all sorts of stuff from you know, from if you're a CIO or or any of those folks those details. And then what else how to keep the bad guys out of IOT devices that are connected vehicles and just a whole load of stuff. So by the Lieutenant governor. Kito Lieutenant governor Gilchrist it was nice to show up and give us an hour of time. And we you saw that lunchroom cast. Hey, standing we'll only. Lunches, and I was being polite..

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"michigan science center" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"michigan science center" Discussed on WJR 760

"Technology, and that includes audio technology as well. We have a specialist in studio right now Moses who is a specialist in audio technology, specifically analog audio technology. So if you want to take advantage of that now's a good time to do that. I also would be remiss if I didn't say that the reason why we sound so good and everything works. So good is to the talents of Mr. Eric dorch. Who is our engineer for today. I think the Eric DOI amazing. At any rate, though. He's a great guy. He does a really really good job. He makes a sound good. All right. So Mike Brennan is with us every week M. I tech news dot com. Magic Mike Brennan. Mike you, and I were having a conversation earlier this week about trade shows, and how trade shows are changing with technology. And the theme of this show is looking backward to know, what's in the future. And how we deal with it. But you know, what are your thoughts on trade shows with CAS going on? And the Detroit auto show what what's on your mind. Well, you know trade shows are getting more and more expensive. They auto job in particular is probably I was told by some reliable folks is the most expensive show in the world per square foot. Wow. I think that was reflected in the fact that when the public starts going there. They're going to see what I saw this week. And that's that is a lot fewer automakers exhibiting, there's loose a half a dozen primarily the Germans, but also Mitsubishi and Volvo did that did not show up to exhibit. I've been covering this show since gosh the mid nineties, and I don't know whether it's because we're shifting to the summer format in twenty twenty or they're just I also heard stories about the German economy Europe is a little slow right now automakers didn't have any really cool new things to show. So they save their money. But but in general trade shows are just it's so hard for people to get out of town. If. Say go to Vegas or L A or Chicago or something for folks, I guess in Michigan and so expensive to have your executives are your top people out of town for two or three days not dimension the expensive while you're there. Now, what's happening more and more as you're going to get to sort of online trade shows it's going to go into social media. It's going into the internet video all that. It's not happening right away. But I think that's beginning to make an impact at this point. Well, we've seen technology coming into the auto show, not just with the audio visual displays, but some of the augmented reality and virtual reality things there, and you know, the googles and the apples playing in the auto world, and that whole experience with the dashboard, it is changing and you're right on the front of it. But I don't think we'll see trade shows go away completely will we? Probably not. But it is that Gary in the background. I ran across the company this week called show. Click. L I X and they're making cheaper. And he's here and a lot more fun to shop at a live event. And I think it's gonna change the technology behind putting that live events is changing. But it's going to be I people were touching field. They want that tactical fail. Yup. Yup. Bellefield tactical. Yes. But you can get some of that would. Goggles and whatnot. There's also the others technologies coming where you'll be able to reach our gloves and things like that. But that's more dance. We go back to the history of the Detroit auto show in the beginning was just the Detroit area auto dealers trying to warm everybody up to get them to think about buying a car in the spring, right and it morphed into these international show now it's kind of shifting again. And and everyone's scratching their heads saying, well, what's next? That's what we don't know. We don't know if this summer format with the celebrate Detroit team and all that is going to work. We'll have to see. Yeah. And Mike you're right on the forefront of this. Because you did your first trade show on the internet of things back in the fall. And you're going to be doing another one this year. And I remember just I was blown away by what you did in that. First instance, you know, one dot O just in the way that you incorporated, not just, you know, those things you think about of IOT, but drones and virtual reality and things like that. So it's exciting with what you're going to be doing. When you roll that out in version two Dotto this year. Yeah. April twenty nine th at the Michigan science center part of it. It's a fundraiser for the science center so that they can fund stem education. So we can get middle school and high school kids excited about stem. So that they go to college because we have this terrible gap of technology right now. Lots of jobs, not enough people to sell them everyone. Scrambling trying to do that. We're trying to do our part here. But getting to that show. It's a hyper local show the other being one of those huge shows like see. Yes, we got everything in the world. There are world changing. And what's not gonna change? What's not gonna change? Mike is the your hair every week and people can find you it m I tech news dot com. Really appreciate you spending time in talking about this with us today. Thanks guest. All right. Take care. So to wrap up before the end of the hour Cal we had a call last week from a woman by the name of Tricia, and she'd been on the show last year. But she was telling us about an event that's going to be happening up on Troy on January twenty seventh next Sunday. And one of her colleagues is going to be joining us next week to talk about it. It's called screen agers. And it's about growing up in the digital world something that parents and grandparents really need to see it's a movie it's going to be at six pm at Kensington church. I don't have a good way a good link to give out, but if you Google screen agers, and that's not scream agers, which sounds like a great name for a horror flick screen agers. You'll be able to find it. We'll post it on our website as well. Yep. We can put it up on website. And it'll be easy for people to be able to find that.

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"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"How on NewsRadio nine fifty. Good morning. Thank you for joining us. I'm Roberta just saying that I'm Tom Jordan. These are the top stories at seven twenty still haven't found the suspect. A man hunt continues for whoever mailed suspected bombs to prominent critics of President Donald Trump, David Chapman who spent twenty five years at the ATF says the FBI does have a lot of evidence though to study a lot of leads now because we've got like nine ten devices. Now recovered a typical person doesn't by ten digital clocks at one time. And so that's that's good for law enforcement, and investigators are said to be focusing on a post office in Florida CBS with a live report coming up at seven thirty a flu bug is biting school district in southeast Michigan, Britton, Deerfield schools and led away county are closed today because of a severe flu outbreak. The superintendent says it's affecting teachers and staff they are working on disinfecting the school today so classes can resume on Monday. What a touching story about Red Sox star Mookie Betts someone caught him in the act doing something incredibly sweet after a game two of the World Series Wednesday night at one in the morning. He delivered a banquet trays and trays of hot food to feed the homeless in front of the Boston library after the game. A new recruit to the Detroit public schools community district is coming in with some pretty big ideas, including breaking world record WWE as said, it'd be reported. Vicki Thomas explains Alexandra of a hack this recruited by superintendent actor Nikolai Viti beat the district's executive director of computer science and innovation this guy here I came from Florida working with the Michigan science center, she wants to break the record by getting four thousand students and four thousand mentors together at Little Caesars arena. They.

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"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"And in the faith. Additionally helps get rid of free radicals that are creating the the wrinkles and the fine line. Ruben says most people need about five or six treatments to see an improvement in the skin from the delta dental health desk, Dr. Dianna lights w w j NewsRadio nine on new recruit to the Detroit public schools. Community district is coming in with some big ideas, including breaking a world record WW J city be reported. Vicki Thomas has more Alexandrova hacked this recruited by superintendent, Dr Nikolai VDB, the district's executive director of computer, science and innovation guy here. I came from Florida working with the Michigan science center. She wants to break the record by getting four thousand students and four thousand mentors together Little Caesars arena. They have offered to help us break the world record of an hour of code being done in one location. It's part of national computer science week coming up in December for funders. We're looking definitely for volunteers. Vicki Thomas, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty Michigan state police are advising people to clean out their medicine cabinets of any unused expired drugs tomorrow. Borrow is national prescription drug take back day. It's a nationwide event run by the DA Colonel Christie Kibi says trooper see the devastation every day caused by opioid overdoses and abuse and accidental poisonings. You can drop off the drugs and any Michigan state police posts between ten AM and two PM tomorrow. Here the red said is going purple tomorrow night, the towers lit up to raise awareness to the devastation of.

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The detroit public schools community district slap it a lawsuit today after a teacher allegedly slammed the door on a student's finger his mother's speaking with the attorney jonathan marco today they say seven year old jason brandon junior was disrupting class back in october what he was told to sit in the hallway and then he tried to return had the door slammed on his finger the white house says president trump is interval interviewed three more candidates to fill a supreme court vacancy went on his choice on monday cbs news correspondent we do jiang the white house says the president wants to get a justice confirmed ahead of the midterm election is moving very quickly because he knows how important it is to seal this deal before it could get caught up in the midterm elections and that's why that list of twenty five has now been whittled down to six or seven democrats argue that with the president being investigated he should not make the pick more and a laptop from cbs news at seven thirty one a changed at the top for the michigan science center in detroit ceo dr tanya matthews will be leaving the job matthews departure is effective immediately current chief operating officer john anderson will become acting ceo on an interim basis this is cbs nineteen fifty one the new york opening of the alfred hitchcock thriller conscious but it's not strangers on a train july third nineteen eighty two the human league at the top of the singles chart with don't you want me july third nineteen eighty nine live with here batman became the fastest movie to make one hundred million dollars.

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"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"michigan science center" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The detroit medical center the two have been partners for decades are sandra mcneill will have more in a live report at the bottom of the hour cdc in atlanta reports one person in california has now died after eating romaine lettuce contaminated with ecoli more people have gotten sick a total of one hundred twenty one falling ill in twenty five states the cdc's matthew wise says the advice still the same people should still not eat any type of remain lettuce unless they know for sure it does not come from the growing region latest on that story coming up after five thirty it's coming is my great pleasure to present to you robocop after a year's long kickstarter campaign statue of the fictional movie character robocop is finally coming to downtown detroit the detroit needs a robocop campaign has announced the six foot tall iron structure will be erected at the michigan science center the statue was made through a three d scanning process using the original suit worn by robocop actor peter weller the date for the statues placement has not yet been released w w j news time five twenty one idea building an aquarium along the detroit river fraud apparently gaining traction the possibility of developing something that would draw over a million people a year would generate well over one hundred million dollars of economic benefit would allow us to continue to expand our reach in terms of conservation and environmental education these are all things which would be huge pluses for the community so we continue to work on that run teigen director of the detroit zoo's been advocating for an aquarium for years he says funding is key as well as finding the right spot one possible location the side of the old ford auditorium next to hart plaza but such a project would take at least five years to build at a cost of one hundred fifty million dollars it was a down day on wall.

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"michigan science center" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"michigan science center" Discussed on WJR 760

"I don't have any bath at home it pat but uh i i feel like i i you know i'm always the of the the bathroom in pontiac you've my home we have open eat earth we have about two hundred fifty bat now we've just recently rep youth about that before they were going to euthanized after a research project you know our our thank you areas this such a great place for family the come and visit uh but you know the cool thing is that we we take in bat that are injured orphaned or elderly from dude their museums are ether facilities but it is against a lot of habitat ii the annual great lakes bat festival this time at the michigan science center that's at fifty twenty john arch right behind the dia right around there opens up ten this morning and runs till six and that is it i suppose the next time i see you will be you'll bring some strange animals into the sphere rob yet that that's great i hope to see lots of people today you do have to sign up at three ifo of bear michigan pipe in early who free dave a year and this is uh this is the last free day of the year and but you'd have to go on their website and just pick up high um but it's a it's a free day if i may add you're such a great opportunity thumping to be hot date of come in the air it thing i'll be a lot of funding you'll learn a lot from murad maya suicide so a so fascinated by these bath talk to you soon rob have a good day over there thanks warren you're welcome that don't forget its at and you gotta go online but go to the the michigan science center it's free and you'll learn absolutely everything you need to know about the bat as we learn absolutely everything we need to know about.

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"michigan science center" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"michigan science center" Discussed on WJR 760

"The reason probably you're not bringing those bats the scare me into the studio you got a big event going on over there at the michigan science center a how many years now for this great lakes bat festival well good morning warren and thing or a thing for inviting me to be uh on the show again in talk about it in great lakes about that how many will you be taking down there and how is it then going over those years well the uh the bapco had grown and then we end that were grill who partner where the nick and science center the very first time we've ever had or in wayne county uh you probably remember we've added in uh in makombe in not oakland county uh we've even balked at out of the eight a couple of time but uh you know what a great uh partner infertility of michigan by an center while we're back in a summer around or five thousand people today what kind of folks come by individuals like me who are afraid of baths and want to understand i'm a bit better or those who live them yeah you know all of the above people commodity accurately vote will come to go travel quite a long gift and from a day and it a lot of family also even a cow because they could attend the meeting with professor from university who were doubting memo than any including bat i thought they could have yet you know people are gonna be live backup quo we're also going to have a author white got now cannon and the owner reid who are illustrator you know art ed than 100 activity a if a really great fun filled day how many different species these rob would you say there are i dunno in the world well you know what i first are butting bath 25 years ago there were about nine hundred if eu there now about thirteen fifty eight eu that we've gone up about four hundred beefy some of them we uh newlyidentified and a lot of them we've uh you know genetically chain their uh their classification genetic just such a you know just left an emerging diet right now how many species in the united states and and and how many here in the state of michigan we have about nine bp in michigan though you know a lot of times.

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"michigan science center" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"michigan science center" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"One in in ventian 's will return to the us after a fiveyear hiatus from the states and it will open to the public at the michigan science center in detroit previously the exhibit was hosted at the museums in new york california and washington d c a detroit will be the fourth us location to display one thousand in one inventions this is by the way take off on one thousand in one region nights so these inventions isn't educational experience which showcases inventions and knowledge that stretched from spain to china starting in the seventh century and in includes the golden age of science from muslim civilizations it also debunks the myth that during the dark ages there was no global progress or innovation also community in the detroit area had dumb celebrated the air american success a judge maria mbazi these in this deep sure dearborn it didn't really you eat noone knew her noone knew what you look like until she showed up to become the judge in in the wayne county third circuit court ms bazi matia mbuzini arabamerican leaders in german have been a part of selamat you weekly tour of arab an arab american issues thank you so much for being our listening to us today and being part of our show and thanks to erica a bosca and the wrong one up a law until next week we bid you farewell by saying a slam on political piece upon you cortana yep tbi.

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