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EAST LANSING - Michigan State University engineering researchers are working to create ‘synthetic biological-devices’ inside the cells of mammals that will enable new treatments for chronic and uncured diseases. A cross-disciplinary team of biomedical and electrical engineers will build biological circuits, oscillators, and toggle switches inside cells to respond to electromagnetic fields as a mean
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DETROIT - Lightweight Innovations For Tomorrow has created new process that introduce the opportunity for shipbuilders to save production costs and improve build time, while reducing distortion of lightweight materials. The Joining-3 Project, led by Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Ingalls Shipbuilding division, with partners in government, NSWC-Carderock Division, NAVSEA and industry, including American Bureau of Shipping,
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DETROIT – The Detroit Internet Exchange is partnering with Arista to implement innovative high capacity hardware to bring more participants to the exchange. 123Net, who hosts the DET-IX, shared the DET-IX vision with Arista, which provided a new DCS-7504 N switch to expand capacity at the exchange, one of the largest not-for-profit Internet exchange points
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BIRMINGHAM, MI – What if I told you SmartOne is a advanced digital local marketing auto dealership program with proven results that increase a dealership’s awareness among local active vehicle buyers. What if I told you this program SmartOne also is co-op compliant with OEMs, and that it increases service center appointments and profits as
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ROYAL OAK - On M2 TechCast Aug. 13, Joe Veryser, LTU campus architect, talks about all the high tech touches in our new dorm, and all the other real estate projects under way on campus this summer. Ami Dotan, President and CEO of Karamba Security, warns you if a Chinese company called Keen Lab calls,
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DETROIT – Ten retail concepts have made the semi finals of the Hatch Detroit Contest where one will win $50,000 in cash and $200,000 in pro bono support to found a brick and mortar business in Detroit, Highland Park or Hamtramck. Now the contest will turn to the public to cast their vote and help
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YPSILANTI TWP. – A new study commissioned by the American Center for Mobility finds that only a “modest” number of truck driving jobs will be affected by the rise of automated vehicles. The study, led by Michigan State University and supported by the Texas A&M Transportation Instute, predicted that significant numbers of automated vehicles won’t
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ROYAL OAK - TiECon Detroit 18 is coming this October with a new one-day format and new location. TiE Detroit President Tel Ganesan provides all the details in this segment of M2 TechCast. TiECon Detroit 18 is now scheduled for Oct. 6 at the Suburban Collection Showcase. On Oct. 5, an Entrepreneur Bootcamp will be
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ROYAL OAK - Cybernoor CEO Ahmed Alomari joins M2 TechCast once again to update key features of the Oracle Autonomous Database Cloud. Ahmed Alomari Key features include: Native Database Sharding Higher Availability Transportable Backups Self-Securing Self-Healing Memoptimized Rowstore To get all the details, click on https://soundcloud.com/internet-advisor-755109612/m2-techcast-episode-135-ahmed-alomari-cybernoor
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ROYAL OAK - Are you a Michigan entrepreneur who has grown a great company that now needs cash to take it to the next level? Then you want to apply to compete in the $1 million Accelerate Michigan business-plan competition. Martin Dober, Managing Partner of Invest Detroit Ventures, talks about this annual competition. Deadline to
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