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Detroit’s GM Partners with Amazon to Offer In-Vehicle Package Delivery Via Key App

Owners of more than 7 million eligible Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, and Cadillac vehicles in the United States can now have Amazon packages delivered inside of their vehicles, General Motors Co. announced today.

Birmingham-based MadDog Ventures Closes $26.7M Venture Capital Fund

MadDog Ventures, based in downtown Birmingham, today announced the successful closing of its first venture capital fund, Mad Dog Venture Fund I, L.P.

Henry Ford Health System in Detroit Taps Robotic Technology Used on International Space Station

Detroit’s Henry Ford Health System is the first in the state to use robotic imaging technology for brain and spinal surgeries using the Modus V, a robotic arm developed from technology used on the International Space Station, the health care organization announced today.

Ann Arbor-based U-M Researchers Develop High-efficiency Organic Solar Cells

Researchers at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor have created organic solar cells that can achieve 15 percent efficiency, which is in the range of many conventional solar panels on the market. The advancement will make more flexible, inexpensive solar cells commercially viable.

Global FIRST Robotics Competition in Detroit This Week Expected to Generate $30M in Economic Activity

More than 15,000 students grades K-12 from 25 states and 45 countries are slated to compete in the global FIRST Championship in Detroit this week (April 25-28), spending an estimated $30 million in the city.

Dearborn EnvisionTEC Creates World’s Longest 3-D Printed Chain

EnvisionTEC in Dearborn, a global manufacturer of desktop and full-production 3-D printers and materials, today announced it has 3-D printed the world’s longest resin chain in a single piece.

Report: Metro Detroit Sees Third Best Start for New Housing Permits in the First Quarter Since 2006

The first quarter was the third-best start for new housing permits in the area since 2006, according to a report released today compiled by the Home Builders Association of Southeastern Michigan in Farmington Hills, and reported in the HBA Southeastern Michigan Residential Building Activity Report.

Ada-based Amway Partners with Global Leader In Microbiome Testing to Boost Human Health

Amway, based in Ada, Mich., announced a new strategic partnership for research and development with Microbiome Insights, a global leader in microbiome testing.

Swift Biosciences in Ann Arbor Releases Cancer NGS Panels to Identify Variants Within Cancer Genes

Swift Biosciences in Ann Arbor has announced the commercial release of its Accel-Amplicon Plus Cancer NGS Panels, a suite of nine tumor-specific and focused gene panels to facilitate targeted cancer sequencing.

CarbonTV in Southfield to Operate Under Sole Ownership, Redesign Coming in 2018

Southfield’s CarbonTV, a global leader in offering OTT outdoor, online streaming content via a dedicated website, is now under the sole ownership of David Farbman, founder of Carbon Media Group. The change comes with a redesign launch that is expected in late summer.

Ladies Apparel Store Capricious in Grosse Pointe Reopens Following Renovation

Capricious, a women’s clothing and accessory store in Grosse Pointe, has reopened after a renovation and expansion. The 3,800-square-foot store at 74 Kercheval Ave. has also expanded its offerings to include apparel.

Dow in Midland Partners with California’s Scooper Cat to Produce Ammonia-Blocking Litter

California’s Scooper Cat has launched litter featuring PRIVENTZ Ammonia Prevention Technology, a product of Midland’s The Dow Chemical Co. The litter is designed to minimize ammonia exposure to cats.

Novi’s Omron Foundation Donates $1M to UM-Dearborn’s Engineering Lab Building

The University of Michigan-Dearborn today announced a gift of $1 million from the Omron Foundation Inc. in Novi to establish the Omron Robotics and Human Factors Lab in the university’s new Engineering Lab Building. The foundation also created the Omron Endowed Scholarship in Electrical Engineering.

Detroit Economic Growth Corp. Names Kevin Johnson as President and CEO

Detroit Economic Growth Corp., a quasi-public development agency, today announced it has appointed Kevin Johnson as president and CEO.

EPA Approves Troy’s Kansai Paint Group’s Anti-mosquito Paint

Kansai Paint Group, which has its American headquarters in Troy, today announced its anti-mosquito paint has been granted approval from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The interior-use paint contains a synthetic pyrethroid insecticide and has been shown to significantly reduce the presence of mosquitoes in painted areas.
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