The Ann Arbor-based public health and safety organization NSF International announced Monday it had acquired Bioensaios Analysis and Environmental Consulting Laboratory Ltd., based in Porto Alegre, Brazil. It will become known as NSF Bioensaios.
Michigan Technological University’s Sustainable Futures Institute and a broad range of Pan American partners see biofuel as a good answer to society’s growing need for alternative energy. But they want to make sure that it is produced in a sustainable way, benefiting rather than harming the societies and environments producing it.
Lawrence Technological University and the Maua Institute of Technology in San Paulo, Brazil, have signed an agreement to bring Brazilian students to LTU to study mechanical engineering for a year.
The Michigan Brazil Center and Support Office in Brasilia has announced its official opening for Michigan-based companies looking to expand into one of the world’s hottest growth markets. The state also announced the intent to open a branch office soon in São Paulo.
Grand Valley State University’s Van Andel Global Trade Center is organizing a trade mission to São Paulo, Brazil, from May 12-17, in partnership with the Michigan Economic Development Corp.
TriMas Corp. (Nasdaq: TRS), a diversified global manufacturer, Tuesday announced that its Lamons business has expanded its global footprint and product portfolio in the rapidly growing energy market of Brazil, with the acquisition of Gasket Vedações Técnicas Ltda.
CIMdata Inc., the leading global PLM strategic consulting and research firm announces the release of the CIMdata 2012 Brazil PLM Market Analysis Report, the first in a new series of country-specific reports.
University of Michigan scientists and scholars led by President Mary Sue Coleman will travel to Brazil later this month to strengthen research and academic collaboration with several leading universities and foundations.
The international business services unit of Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, announced that as a result of recent Southeast Michigan trade activities in Brazil, new business and export sales for Automation Alley’s trade mission participants now total $188 million, an increase of $22 million.
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