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LANSING - The Department of Environmental Quality will be studying samples from the public water systems in the state looking for traces of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, the department announced Friday. The study is among the efforts of the PFAS Action Response Team to track and address the emerging contaminant. Filmmakers Seek Help In Sounding
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DETROIT - Music will take center stage at Beacon Park this summer when the DTE Energy Beacon Park Foundation and the Downtown Detroit Partnership present a free, three-part concert series showcasing national acts. “We’re excited to announce our summer events, including our concerts, which bring a full schedule of fun, free programming to Beacon Park,”
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ROYAL OAK - Lawrence Technological University offers more than 30 summer camps for high school kids. Sibrina Collins, PhD, Executive Director of the Marburger STEM Center at LTU, explains how these camps can help propel students into STEM careers. But the deadline to apply is June 1. The dates for summer camps at LTU are:
ROYAL OAK - The Michigan Growth Capital Symposium just concluded its 37th year in mid May to more than 500 private equity finance professionals and entrepreneurs. The founder of this event is University of Michigan Finance Professor David Brophy who joins M2 TechCast Co-Host Mike Brennan to provide the back story on his event. To
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ROYAL OAK - If you have a business that sells to clients in the European Union, you’re going to have to deal with a new regulation that starts May 25 requiring companies to protect the personal data and information of EU residents. Richard Stiennon, a cybersecurity expert from IT-Harvest in Birmingham, explains what this new
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ROYAL OAK - Foodstand helps teams and individuals turn the basic principles of healthy eating into everyday habits through bite-sized, joyful Challenges via its platform and mobile app. Inforum’s Tember Shea, Director of the InGAGE program, interviews Founder and CEO Rachna Govani on M2 TechCast. Challenges are founded on basic good eating principles that apply
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SOUTHFIELD - Cybernoor Corporation, a leading provider of Oracle platform systems and solutions, has shown continuous growth since its inception, serving customers with some of the largest Oracle implementations in the world. Cybernoor has been recognized by Oracle as a driving force in the creation of innovative technology solutions and featured in Oracle Magazine as
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DETROIT - Consumers Energy and DTE Energy Friday said they are accelerating plans to produce cleaner energy in Michigan, targeting at least a 50 percent Clean Energy Goal by 2030– achieved through a combination of investments in at least 25 percent renewable energy, and the remaining through energy efficiency. In the past year, both DTE
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ROYAL OAK - On M2 TechCast Monday May 21, Guneet Bedi, vice president sales and general manager Americas at relayr, a middleware that says it solves the central challenge of the Industrial IoT. Also on the show, Red Level Mark Dreyer – Senior Consultant, to discuss EMS - Microsoft’s Enterprise Mobility + Security. Kathleen Norton-Schock
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LANSING — The American Council of Engineering Companies of Michigan (ACEC/M) has announced Sean J. Kelley, PE, of The Mannik & Smith Group Inc. as its 2018-19 president. Kelley has been employed in the Michigan engineering consulting industry his entire 32-year career. He is a senior vice president and principal with the 300-plus-employee firm Mannik