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Legislators, Auto Industry Leaders Discuss Supporting Electric Vehicle Growth in Michigan

Michigan needs to lead the nation in electric vehicle design and manufacture as well as in developing a charging infrastructure, according to state legislators...
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Report: Worldwide IT Spending to Increase 5% in 2020; Market Uncertainties Exist

Worldwide IT spending is set to increase by 5 percent during 2020 but the uncertainties surrounding the Coronavirus and the sliding PC market are...
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Motor City Partners with Space City to Recruit Suppliers for New NASA Lunar Rover

The Detroit Regional Partnership and the Michigan Economic Development Corp. are working with NASA to help the space agency identify potential supplier partners for...

ManagedWay in Troy Expanding 100 Gbps Internet Service

Troy’s ManagedWay, which offers dedicated internet access, cloud hosting, and colocation services, has announced it is expanding its ultra-high-speed internet offering in the Troy...

Warren’s Eckhart Launches ShopSync Production Tracking Solution for Small Businesses

Eckhart Inc., a Warren-based Industry 4.0 advanced manufacturing solutions provider, has launched ShopSync, an enterprise resource planning manufacturing software for small businesses. The solution...
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Morrell Group, DOPAG U.S. Announce Exclusive Dispensing Solutions Partnership

Auburn Hills-based motion control systems integrator and distributor Morrell Group and DOPAG U.S. Ltd., a manufacturer of metering technology in Kentucky, have formed a...
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Researcher at Detroit’s WSU Looking for Way to Turn Sunlight into Fuel

A scientist at Detroit’s Wayne State University was granted $450,000 over the course of three years from the U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific...

East Lansing’s MSU Launches Coding Boot Camp in Detroit

East Lansing’s Michigan State University has partnered with Trilogy education in New York, a workforce accelerator, to offer its first coding boot camp to...
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Artificial Intelligence: A Guide for Small and Medium Businesses

As we enter into the new decade of the 2020s, it is becoming abundantly clear that we are witnessing a revolution. Our current environment...
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Researcher from Southfield’s Beaumont Awarded $1.6M to Study Brain Cancer

A researcher from Southfield’s Beaumont has been awarded a five-year, $1.6 million National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant to study metabolic reprogramming in glioblastoma,...