Santa Clara, Calif.-based Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) and the University of Michigan announced Agilent’s support of the university’s solar car team. Agilent will provide a 200-MHz capacitive touch-screen oscilloscope as well as a handheld oscilloscope and a triple-output power supply to support the team’s solar-car engineering program, from design through competition.
The latest in new business won by Michigan’s technology-focused companies
OncoMed Pharmaceuticals, a California-based company started at the University of Michigan in 2004 with Taubman Scholar Max Wicha, M.D., as co-founder, raised $82 million in an initial public offering that ended last week.
Farmington Hills-based ReapSo LLC and the Huntington Beach, Calif.-based photo eCommerce site, MailPix.com, announced an alliance to accomplish a parallel goal to bridge our digital lives with the physical aspect.
With the opening of its new Ann Arbor headquarters, Intalytics has completed its third expansion within the past few months.
Ann Arbor-based Augment Ventures announced Monday it was part of a recent $2 million Series A investment in Santa Clara, Calif-based Mercatus Inc. Mercatus develops origination and syndication management technology for the energy project finance industry.
Is it a crime to post pictures of your ex online? What about naked pictures?
Ann Arbor-based Rubicon Genomics Inc. announced Thursday a partnership with Mountain View, Calif.-based Clontech Laboratories Inc. to integrate the two companies’ technology to boost the efficiency and quality of RNA sample preparation for next-generation sequencing.
General Dynamics Marine Personnel Carrier Completes Critical Marine Corps Swim and Human Factors Testing
General Dynamics Land Systems’ Marine Personnel Carrier vehicle successfully completed the U.S. Marine Corps’ water performance swim and human factors testing at the Amphibious Vehicle Test Branch, in Camp Pendleton, Calif.
The just-released Robert Half Technology IT Hiring Forecast and Local Trend Report for Detroit shows that 11 percent of Detroit-area chief information officers surveyed recently plan to expand their teams. This is up one point from the previous quarter’s projections.