New business won by Michigan’s technology-focused companies
The latest new business won by Michigan’s technology-focused companies
Phadia, the allergy and autoimmune disease diagnostics developer, Tuesday announced that the uKnow Peanut Test, its peanut allergen component test, is now commercially available in the United States through the Phadia Immunology Reference Laboratory.
Pfizer Inc. says it may sell its veterinary medicine operations, which employ 700 in downtown Kalamazoo and more in the Kalamazoo County suburbs of Portage and Richland Township.
There was a lightning strike Tuesday night at a city park in Portage, where children and adults were playing soccer, seriously injuring one person and sending about a half dozen others to the hospital.
As the title sponsor of the CleanMed Conference in Phoenix this week, Portage-based medical device maker Stryker Corp. highlighted the need for the health care industry to support and increase commitment to health care sustainability.
Cerenis Therapeutics, the pharma startup with offices in Toulouse, France and Portage, Tuesday announced the start of a Phase 2 clinical trial of its lead drug candidate, CER-001, in patients with acute coronary syndrome.
Phadia, the drug development firm with its headquarters in Uppsala, Sweden and research operations in Kalamazoo County’s Portage, Monday announced new services to help the pharmaceutical industry maximize the safety and effectiveness of its biopharmaceutical drug development investments.
Pfizer Inc., whose largest pharmaceutical plant is located in Portage, was featured in a story Sunday night on eliminating counterfeit drugs on CBS TVs “60 Minutes.”
Several Counties Contract for Upgrades to Manatron’s GRM Recorder: Portage-based Manatron INc., a provider of property tax and records management software for state and local governments, announced that the following counties have launched upgrades from […]