Michigan Tech Unveils H-STEM Complex to Foster Innovation and Collaboration

Michigan Technological University
April 23, 2024
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Michigan Tech's H-STEM Complex, a new state-of-the-art facility built to advance interdisciplinary research and education in health-related STEM fields, opened its doors in March.

After more than five years of planning and two years of construction, Michigan Technological University announces the completion of the H-STEM Engineering and Health Technologies Complex (H-STEM Complex). The state-of-the-art facility officially opened its doors to the public March 11, becoming the most significant reflection yet of the University’s commitment to advancing interdisciplinary health-related research and education.

“The opening of the new H-STEM Complex ushers in a new era of health care innovation at Michigan Tech,” said Rick Koubek, Michigan Tech’s president. “Coupling state-of-the-art lab space with faculty expertise and innovative partnerships, the H-STEM Complex isn’t just a building, it’s a hub for developing advanced technologies to improve health outcomes for the citizens of Michigan and beyond.”

Designed to encourage collaborative research and integrated educational programs focusing on health-related and human-centered technological innovation, the H-STEM Complex will house transdisciplinary, hands-on and student-led research. With its STEM-focused approach, the complex supports industry-relevant educational and research programs in health and human-centered engineering, furthering Michigan Tech’s position as a leader in technology and innovation.

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