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The University of Michigan’s undergraduate entrepreneurship programs are No. 1 in the nation, according to rankings that will be published in the December issue of The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine.
Lawrence Tech and City of Southfield Launch New Centrepolis Accelerator to Boost Small Manufacturers
Lawrence Technological University and the City of Southfield are partnering to launch the Centrepolis Accelerator, a facility designed to accelerate the growth of small manufacturers and hardware entrepreneurs by providing access to key resources.
The University of Michigan has a new supercomputer named “Great Lakes” that will enhance the university research activities and provide scalable high-performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI) infrastructure for thousands of users across the university.
A Wayne State University research team in Detroit has been awarded a $3-million grant from the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) to develop an implantable delivery system of “smart” insulin for sufferers of Type 1 Diabetes (T1D).
Livonia-based MedCerts, a provider of online certification training for various industries, is partnering with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics to host the 2018 Industry Growth Summit for workforce teams in Michigan.
Bloomfield Hills-Based Sterilogy and Grand Valley Students Develop System to Help Reduce Hospital Infections
Keeping hands clean and sanitized in hospitals and other medical facilities can be a challenging and inconvenient problem, with caregivers having to go to a sink or sanitizer station between each patient.
MMS Holdings Inc. (MMS) in Canton Township today reported that it has successfully assisted Korea-based Vivozon Inc. in achieving a Fast Track Designation from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for VVZ-149, a non-opioid pain killer.
AAA today reported it expects 54.3 million Americans to journey 50 miles or more away from home this Thanksgiving, a 4.8 percent increase over last year.
For decades, Detroit City Airport handled more takeoffs and landings than any other airfield in Michigan. But starting in the 1960s, traffic at the 264-acre airport slowly descended as officials struggled to acquire land to add more runways. Factory workers, flush with cash and eager for new homes, beat them to the punch.