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U-M Launches Life Sciences Innovation Hub

The University of Michigan is launching the MTRAC for Life Sciences Innovation Hub, which will support research projects in the devices, diagnostics, therapeutics, and health care IT market segments.

Hagerty Launches Classic Vehicle Rating System

Hagerty, a Traverse City-based provider of insurance for classic cars, has launched the first ever collector vehicle rating system that measures a specific vehicle’s performance relative to the rest of the overall market.

International Artificial Vision Congress to be Held in Dearborn

Health care experts from around the world will gather in Dearborn this September to collaborate and discuss the advances and challenges in the global pursuit of artificial vision during The Eye and The Chip, the Detroit Institute of Ophthalmology’s ninth biennial congress on artificial vision.

Dodge Expands Partnership with Fathead

Auburn Hills-based Dodge has expanded its partnership with the Detroit-based wall graphics company Fathead to include floor-to-ceiling total coverage wall designs that feature various vehicles and brand graphics.

Bingham Farms’ Carbon Media Group Launches New Agriculture Website

Carbon Media Group, a Bingham Farms-based digital firm that owns more than 500 websites, has launched a new agriculture-focused, daily news website called AgDaily.

Detroit Nightlife Photographs to be Featured in DIA Exhibition

The Detroit Institute of the Arts will host an exhibition starting this September called “Detroit After Dark: Photographs from the DIA Collection,” which will feature images of legendary music venues, architecture, skylines, night clubs, corner bars, and more that convey the city’s nightlife.

Chevrolet Releases New Medium Duty Truck Series

Marking its return to the medium-duty truck market, Chevrolet’s new Low Cab Forward trucks are now shipping to Chevrolet dealers across the country.

Three Downtown Detroit Buildings Being Converted into Residential Apartments

​Barbat Holdings and E and Q Properties have announced that the former Hotel Briggs at 114 W. Adam St. near Grand Circus Park in downtown Detroit will reopen in August with 118 residential apartments. Now called Briggs Houze, the 17-story structure was built in the 1920s.

Ford, MIT Collaborate to Bring Electric Vehicle Shuttle to University’s Campus

Dearborn-based Ford Motor Co. and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are collaborating on a new transportation research project that will introduce a fleet of on-demand electric vehicle shuttles to the university’s Cambridge, Mass. campus this September.

5Qs: Chris Lambert, CEO of Life Remodeled, on Rebuilding Detroit One Neighborhood at a Time

DBusiness Daily News spoke with Chris Lambert, CEO of Life Remodeled, about the growth of the organization and its commitment to remodeling lives one neighborhood at a time.

State of Michigan Establishes Literacy Commission

Gov. Rick Snyder has signed an executive order to create the Pre K-12 Literacy Commission within the Michigan Department of Education. The new commission will provide policy recommendations and reports on the state’s progress in literacy.

New Lifestyle Boutique to Open in Grosse Pointe Woods

A new lifestyle boutique called Tenue will offer shoppers a West Coast-inspired collection of designer clothing for women and men, accessories, and furnishings when it opens this September in Grosse Pointe Woods.

Lear Corp. to Commercialize Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging Technology

Southfield-based Lear Corp., a global Tier-1 supplier of automotive seating and electrical systems, has entered into a licensing agreement with San Diego-based Qualcomm Inc., which will allow Lear to commercialize wireless electric vehicle charging systems for plug-in hybrid and electric vehicle manufacturers, as well as wireless charging infrastructure companies.

MSU to Use $900K Grant to Study Plant Diseases, Aid Agriculture Security

Michigan State University has received a $900,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to conduct research about diseases found in plants. University researchers say studies on plant disease can aid with finding new ways to support the agriculture industry and feed the world’s projected future population, which is expected to be more than 9 billion by 2050.

Southfield Beverage Company Releases New Product Line and Flavors

In an effort to rebrand itself, Southfield-based Marley Beverage Co., a beverage company created in partnership with Bob Marley’s family, has released a new line of naturally sweetened, zero-calorie relaxation drinks and introduced new flavors to its ready-to-drink coffees.
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