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.
The MSU Innovation Center and the Office of the Vice President for Research announced The MSU Michigan Translational Research and Commercialization Program for the Bio-Economy, and are accepting pre-proposal submissions.
The 2013 Michigan Broadband Conference at the Kellogg Center at Michigan State University in Lansing drew more than 300 attendees and another 150 via Livestream Friday.
On Thursday, Oct. 24, Connect Michigan and the Library of Michigan are hosting the 2013 Michigan Broadband Conference at the Kellogg Center, 219 S. Harrison Road, East Lansing, beginning at 9 a.m.
As the state of Michigan looks to improve its infrastructure — roads and bridges — a team of Michigan State University researchers think they may have one solution.
Michigan State University is offering a new Master of Science in Management, Strategy and Leadership from its Eli Broad College of Business.
The Michigan State University College of Engineering and Boeing Co. have been awarded a contract worth about $4 million from the United States Air Force to develop new designs of sensors that will better detect cracks in the second- and third-layers in airframe structures.
Carson City-based Carson Health, a recognized IT leader among rural hospitals, has connected with the Great Lakes Health Information Exchange, enabling providers and their healthcare team to share medical information both within and outside the Carson Health community.
Michigan State University has received two National Science Foundation grants totaling $5.7 million, funds that will be used to look for ways to use computer software to analyze student writing in science and engineering classes.