Grand River Aseptic Manufacturing in Grand Rapids Debuts Serialization, Aggregation Processes for Injectable Drugs
Grand Rapids’ Grand River Aseptic Manufacturing, a parenteral contract development and manufacturing organization, has implemented its fully-automated serialization and aggregation processes for commercial injectable drug products.
Vehicle-to-everything (V2X) technologies have an initial focus on road safety and traffic efficiency applications, and Detroit’s General Motors Co. and Japan’s Toyota Motor Corp. already have equipped their vehicles with V2X technology, according to a new report by SNS Telecom, a Dubai, United Arab Emirates-based global market and intelligence firm.
A startup out of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor has found a way to use patient image files such as X-rays, MRIs, and CT scans to specialize patient treatment.
Rochester Hills’ Prefix, Ohio’s Workhorse Join Forces to Refine, Manufacture Electric Delivery Vehicle of...
Rochester Hills-based Prefix Corp. and Cincinnati’s Workhouse Group Inc. are joining forces to finalize the design, development, and production of Workhorse’s N-GEN series all-electric delivery van.
When Southfield’s SME convenes its 29th annual RAPID + TCT event at Cobo Center in Detroit May 20-23, its growth over three decades will be as apparent as the expansion of the 3-D printing technology on which it focuses.
Southfield’s USABC Grants California’s Zenlabs $4.8M Contract for Low-cost, Fast-charge Battery Development
The United States Advanced Battery Consortium in Southfield has awarded a $4.8 million technology development contract to Zenlabs Energy Inc. of Fremont, Calif., for development of low-cost, fast-charge (LC/FC) battery technology for electric vehicles.
Detroit’s Health Alliance Plan (HAP) has partnered with California’s Livongo, a platform that helps people with chronic conditions manage them. HAP Medicare Advantage members will have access to a program designed to manage diabetes.
German automaker Audi is expanding its use of 3-D printing by using custom-designed and locally printed auxiliary tools from a 3-D printer to help employees on production lines. It’s also creating a separate 3-D printing department.
Detroit is part of a collaborative pilot program to manage micro-mobility through North Carolina’s Passport mobility platform. Passport allows clients to digitally coordinate, track, and manage all modes of transportation.
Technology-related employment in Michigan grew by more than 12,000 new jobs in 2018 and the tech sector increased its contribution to the state’s economy, according to Cyberstates 2019, a new report published by the Illinois-based technology industry association CompTIA.