North Campus Research Complex
A new health care policy institute — one that is expected to become one of the largest of its kind in the nation — will be established at the University of Michigan’s North Campus Research Complex.
The first laboratory-based researchers have moved into the University of Michigan’s North Campus Research Complex, bringing with them cutting-edge research that uses stem cells to create new heart muscle and focuses on the crucial squeezing action of the heart.
The University of Michigan took a big chance on a vast opportunity when it purchased Pfizer Inc.’s two million square foot research complex in Ann Arbor in 2009. I got a glimpse just how vast when I accompanied David Canter on an official tour of the complex Monday.
The University of Michigan has barely begun moving into a huge new research center, the 2.1 million square foot former Pfizer drug research center in northeast Ann Arbor. WWJ’s Matt Roush takes a little tour around.
The University of Michigan helped launch 10 startups last year and licensed 97 innovative technologies to industry, while UM researchers reported 290 new inventions. The 97 technology agreements ties a university record set four years […]
A chemistry company founded on Michigan State University science is the first commerical tenant of the University of Michigan’s new North Campus Research Complex, a former Pfizer Corp. research center. Founded in 2005 by MSU […]