Automation Alley Report Shows Strong Tech Growth In Region Post-RecessionMichigan saw the nation's fastest rate of technology job growth from 2011 to 2012, according to a new report from Automation Alley, southeast Michigan's technology business association.
Kalamazoo's SMIC To Celebrate 10 Years With Online Tour, Snyder VisitAs it nears the end of its 10th year, the Southwest Michigan Innovation Center will sponsor two events in October that highlight a decade of achievement, including an inventive online tour showing to the global bioscience industry what makes SMIC and the region a successful life sciences hub.
Event Notices From May 14The latest meeting and event notices from Michigan's technology-focused companies, institutions and groups
MichBio Rolls Out New Business Intelligence Service For Bioscience CompaniesMichBio, the statewide bioscience industry trade association, announced the launch of MichBio Intel, a new advanced service to help emerging bioscience companies with their product development planning and commercialization efforts.
31st Michigan Growth Capital Symposium Unveils Presenting FirmsOrganizers of the 31st annual Michigan Growth Capital Symposium Monday announced the 32 companies that will be presenting at the event, taking place next week, May 15-16 at the Marriott Resort in Ypsilanti.
First Michigan Bio-Talent Summit to Address Industry Workforce NeedsMichBio, the state's life sciences industry association, announced Monday that it would join with the Michigan Economic Development Corp. and the New Economy Initiative for Southeast Michgian to host the "Michigan Bio-Talent Summit," an event to bring bio executives together with educators, work force development professionals and other key stakeholders to discuss bioscience talent needs.
HR Notices From March 13The latest staffing, leadership and boardroom changes at Michigan's technology-focused companies and institutions
MichBio Launches Medical Devices CommitteeMichBio announced that it has formed a Medical Devices, Technology & Manufacturing Committee to enhance its representation and resource capacity for this important biosciences industry sector.
Michigan VC Dollars Down, But Number of Deals UpThe number of businses-building deals done was up, but the number of dollars invested is down so far this year, according to the Michigan Venture Capital Association.
Wanted: Cool Companies, Technologies to Present At MichBio ExpoMichBio, the state's life sciences industry association, is seeking the best life sciences companies and technologies to present at the annual MichBio Expo. This year's event will be held Nov. 2 and 3 at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids.
State Boosts Start-Ups With $25 MillionThe Michigan Strategic Fund is awarding $25 million to eight organizations that will support entrepreneurs in launching and growing companies throughout the state.
Michigan Biotech Leaders Converge In DC For BIO ConferenceLeaders from Michigan’s rapidly growing life sciences industry will join biotechnology experts from around the globe at the 2011 BIO International Convention taking place June 27-30 in Washington, D.C.
MichBio Expo Sets KeynoteAnn Arbor-based MichBio, the association for Michigan’s bioscience industry, announced that Kim Popovits, president and CEO of Redwood City, Calif.-based Genomic Health Inc. will keynote the 2011 MichBio Expo & Conference Nov. 2-3 at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids.
Taubman commits $11 million to new academic complex at Lawrence TechPhilanthropist A. Alfred Taubman is committing $11 million to Lawrence Technological University for the construction of a new building that will be the centerpiece of the A. Alfred Taubman Engineering, Architecture and Life Sciences Complex.
Neogen Sales, Profits Both Jump 33 Percent