The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused institutions, groups and companies.
Life Beyond Barriers, an initiative that combines the power of medicine, science, engineering and entrepreneurship to enhance the quality of life for the injured and disabled, announced an ongoing charitable donation of up to $15,000 per year to fund prototype design and development at the Wayne State University biomedical engineering undergraduate design laboratory.
Awards and industry certifications earned by Michgian’s technology-focused companies, institutions, groups and people
This summer, Lawrence Technological University will hold more than 20 enrichment camps to introduce high school sophomores, juniors and seniors to topics that could lead to a college major or a career.
Nigil Valikodath hopes to enroll in medical school and eventually become an orthopedic surgeon. His biomedical engineering classes at Wayne State University have him already building real-world advanced medical devices
Lawrence Technological University is launching Michigan’s first bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering technology this fall to meet a growing need in the healthcare sector.
Grand Valley State University is the first university in West Michigan to offer a graduate-level degree program in biomedical engineering and it is the only program in Michigan to focus on medical device design and development.
The Wallace H. Coulter Foundation along with the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering and the School of Medicine has enabled the creation of a $20 million endowment to enhance and support research directed at technologies promising progression towards commercial development and clinical practice
Administrators in the Wayne State University College of Engineering’s Biomedical Engineering Department are ready to welcome the first class of undergraduate biomedical engineering students this fall semester.