Michigan Tech to launch $44M health technology facility

Michigan Technological University plans to improve education for undergraduate students pursuing health technology careers through the development of a $44 million health and technology research facility in Houghton.

Four things to know:

1. The center will also serve as a collaborative space for the university's faculty, researchers and graduate students to perform health technology research.

2. In December, the Michigan State Legislature authorized $29.7 million toward construction of the H-STEM Engineering and Health Technologies Complex.

3. Michigan Tech plans to raise the remaining $15 million for the project through grants, contributions and returns on research.

4. The university anticipates breaking ground on the facility in 2021, with completion scheduled for 2022.

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