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FANUC America Corp., a Rochester Hills-based supplier of robotics, CNC systems, Robomachines, and industrial IoT solutions, had a robot break ground at a ceremony to mark the start of its new North Campus facility in Auburn Hills.
FZB Technology Inc. Thursday announced it has rebranded as Dare Auto Inc. and moved its North American operations to a new, larger facility in Plymouth Township.
Celsee Inc. in Ann Arbor Thursday launched the Genesis system, the company’s first product. The system is designed to overcome the limitations of other tools for single-cell analysis and provide a way for scientists to analyze and interpret cellular behavior and collect cell-based information that was previously undetectable.
U-M Researchers Develop Small Device That Bends Light, Distinguishes Between Cancerous and Healthy Tissue
Physicists at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor today announced they have developed a device the size of a match head that can bend light inside a crystal to generate synchrotron radiation.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder Wednesday signed legislation allowing large industrial manufacturing companies that meet certain criteria to apply to receive a reduced electricity rate.
Detroit-based General Motors’ Cadillac Wednesday announced the 2019 Pedestal Edition ATS-V Coupe and CTS-V Super Sedan to celebrate the first 15 years of its Cadillac V-Series sub brand. The limited-run models bid a farewell to the third generation of ultra-high-performance V-Series models.
Ford Motor Co. in Dearborn Tuesday announced it is reorganizing its Asia Pacific operations. As part of the changes, Ford China is elevated to a stand-alone business unit reporting to Ford global headquarters.
Michigan’s first SMILE with astigmatism laser corrective eye surgery was scheduled for today at the Laser Eye Institute in Troy.
Icahn Automotive Group in Southfield Tuesday introduced its Pep Boys Mobile Crew, traveling trailers and service bays that will provide on-location preventative maintenance and repair services nationally.
Let MI Doctors Decide reported that nearly a quarter of Michigan’s largest 25 health plans received a failing grade for placing restrictions on access to medicines for patients with five key autoimmune diseases, according to a new report card the organization released Monday.