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The Ann Arbor entrepreneurial training business BBC etc is offering a wide variety of training both online and in person in May.
In an effort to help researchers fast-track their technologies to the marketplace, Michigan is launching a new entrepreneurial training program called Michigan I-Corps. Applications for the program, administered by the University of Michigan, opened last week. Michigan I-Corps is modeled after the National Science Foundation’s I-Corps (Innovation Corps) program. Two teams from Michigan Technological University have participated in the national I-Corps.
Two National Science Foundation grants to a Wayne State University researcher could amount to far more than a drop in the bucket when it comes to handling liquids for biological screening.
Oakland University’s School of Engineering and Computer Science is once again seeking 16 academically talented students to take advantage of National Science Foundation scholarships in industrial and systems engineering, and mechanical engineering.
Oakland University is looking for 16 academically talented and financially needy students to award $4,800 per year engineering scholarships for up to four years.
CPAs To Meet On Cloud And Internet Strategies: The Michigan Association of CPAs will present “Cloud/Internet Strategies, Publishing and Working the Web: What You Need To Know” on Monday, Nov. 12 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. […]
Kai Yang, Ph.D., professor of industrial and systems engineering in the College of Engineering at Wayne State University, has received a collaborative research grant from the National Science Foundation for the project, “An Allocation Model with Dynamic Updates for Balanced Workload Distribution on Patient-Centered Medical Homes.”
Beringea Managing Director Jeff Bocan’s latest Huffington Post blog entry, “The Scientific ‘Antiques Roadshow': Hidden Tech-Driven Gems Make America a Richer Nation,” recaps his experiences as a venture capital faculty member at the National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps program, delivered in partnership with the University of Michigan.
Kettering University will be adding a CHNSO Elemental Determinator for Multidisciplinary Applied Research and Instruction, thanks to a $70,698 National Science Foundation Major Research Instrumentation grant.
Dream big. That’s the main lesson that the National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps program taught Harvey Elliott, one of the more than 80 inventors and entrepreneurs who participated in the eight-week program that culminated Thursday at the University of Michigan.