World Usability Day is Thursday, and there are at least three major events in Michigan to mark it.
Michigan State University’s mascot-based motto these days is “Spartans Will.” Well, I can tell you, on a Tech Tour-style visit to the MSU campus Friday, Spartans will… knock your socks off with their research and entrepreneurship ideas.
Reiss, a native of East Lansing, Mich., kept a lower profile at the final table but ultimately won the World Series of Poker main event.
Wind power in Michigan has become a big business. The state is about to join the elite “Gigawatt Club,” being one of only a handful of states to generate more than a billion watts of electricity from wind power. More than 40 companies in the wind industry now employ more than 3,000 Michiganders.
The Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services has achieved two national milestones in getting authorized to communicate health information securely, with the twin aims of boosting patient safety and cutting healthcare costs.
The winner of last week’s East Lansing pitch competition, called The Hatching, was Folyo, an “Etsy”-like marketplace for the online sale of artwork.
We traveled to Ann Arbor and East Lansing to check the barometer of MSU / U of M hate on the streets and amongst students.
An idea that was advanced during an undergraduate engineering capstone class at Michigan State University has evolved into a voting joystick that could eventually enable people with dexterity impairments to exercise their right to cast ballots independently.
The second annual Greenlight Business Model Competition is now accepting applications to compete in the March 2014 competition. New this year is a partnership with the International Business Model Competition, which will grant an automatic entry to the first place winner of the Greenlight Competition.
East Lansing-based Great Lakes Health Information Exchange and Southfield-based Michigan Health Connect, the state’s two largest providers of health infoormation exchange, have agreed to share medical records electronically.