The humble cell has been getting a lot of attention in the medical world lately, and Ann Arbor, MI-based biotech startup Celsee wants to make it easier to study them.
As... Read more »
Earlier this month, GM CEO Mary Barra told the crowd at a financial conference that her company was on track to unveil a ridesharing service in 2019 that would be powered... Read more »
Artificial intelligence and automation are helping legacy industries across the country become more innovative and efficient.
An Indianapolis startup called DriverReach is doing just that for the trucking industry, where driver... Read more »
Scale Computing, an Indianapolis IT startup serving smaller businesses, distributed enterprises, and retailers around the world, has raised $34.8 million in a Series F funding round.
Co-founder and CEO Jeff... Read more »
Teraki, a Berlin-based data processing and artificial intelligence company working in the mobility sector, has had a busy fall.
In late September, Teraki raised a $3 million seed round from... Read more »
In September, Backstage Capital, a venture investment firm seeding early-stage startups led by women, people of color, and members of the LGBTQ community, launched a $36 million fund to help... Read more »
Ford made a couple of announcements this week regarding mobility and its efforts to get self-driving cars on the road.
According to a blog post published Monday by Sherif Marakby, CEO... Read more »
Every fall, the University of Michigan formally celebrates the inventions and companies spun out of the school’s research and development efforts. This year, there was a lot to celebrate: according to... Read more »
Indianapolis-based digital marketing firm PERQ has received another injection of seed capital.
The company announced last week that it secured $5 million in follow-on investments in a seed round initiated in... Read more »
The weather is finally starting to cool—I’m a fan of fall —but Michigan’s tech startups and entrepreneurs are still red-hot: they’re raising money, buying competitors and complementary companies, launching new products,... Read more »
The race to get driverless cars on the road is a global endeavor, and one nation putting its pedal to the metal is Israel. A host of Israeli companies are working... Read more »
Codelicious, the Indianapolis-based educational tech startup, is on a mission to create access and remove barriers to teaching and learning computer science, says CEO Christine McDonnell.
Over the summer, the... Read more »
Fusion Coolant Systems, the Canton, MI-based industrial tech startup spun out of the University of Michigan, has raised an $8 million Series C funding round. The investment was led by... Read more »
The University of Michigan has been named one of the 100 most innovative university systems in the world in a new report issued Thursday by Reuters. Reuters said the list ranks “educational... Read more »
On Tuesday afternoon, before a packed house at the Detroit Institute of Art’s film theatre, 11 startups just finishing a summer stint in the Techstars Mobility accelerator program took to the... Read more »
Back in the 1990s, dietary fat was considered “Enemy Number One.” In the late ’80s, new research had found that a diet high in saturated fat was a major cause of... Read more »
OneCause, an Indianapolis-based fundraising platform formerly known as BidPal, has experienced a few changes over the past year: It has a new name, acquired Great Feats in April, and... Read more »
Partnerships between major companies traditionally seen as competitors are a hallmark of the mobility industry, and today marked the announcement of one more: Honda will pay $2.75 billion and take a... Read more »
Hundreds of people in the U.S. die from industrial accidents every year, according to federal data. Part of the reason manufacturing jobs remain so deadly, argues GuardHat co-founder and CEO... Read more »
Scarlett Ong Rui Chern, an international student attending the University of Michigan, says she initially felt a little discombobulated by the college experience.
“I had a rough first year,” she admits.... Read more »