| September 20, 2017
Great Lakes scientists and advocates come together to discuss environmental issues over a beer.
| August 28, 2017
Hundreds of fish with implanted acoustic trackers were recovered by anglers across Lake Huron and Lake Erie in response to rewards offered by researchers.
| July 28, 2017
The sparsely populated area is home to impressive landscapes, many of which can be viewed from winding country roads.
| July 19, 2017
Players build water systems while challenged by pollution, runaway growth, drought and mismanagement. Designers hope to will improve understanding of and support for a system largely out of sight and taken for granted.
| June 29, 2017
Few people can depict how water gets to the tap and where it goes after it hits the drain, an ignorance that requires a disaster to generate support to upgrade an aging system of pipes and treatment.
| June 7, 2017
The Cooperative Institute for Great Lakes Research will coordinate efforts by federal, international and regional agencies; nine universities and advocacy and policy organizations.
| May 19, 2017
Views of the longest suspension bridge in the western hemisphere on a chilly May morning.
| May 17, 2017
Wirt Rowland has been called the father of the modern skyscraper. He left his mark especially on the city of Detroit, designing five of the behemoths marking the city skyline.
| May 1, 2017
An extreme example in an Ontario river shows these mollusks are more sensitive to pollution than we knew.
| April 13, 2017
A new study shows that large parts of the Great Lakes can host a virus responsible for thousands of fish deaths in the region.