The U of M launched a record 18 startup companies over the past year based on discoveries and inventions by researchers.
Mobile sensors for workplace productivity? Activity trackers for meetings? U of M faculty are making it possible.
Course will train students to become professional web developers.
U of M medical professionals work together to separate—and save—conjoined twin girls.
CFANS researchers are converting scum into high-quality biodiesel.
California company Resynergi draws on U of M expertise to develop tech that converts plastic and biomass into energy.
Jurors could soon appropriately integrate brain-based memory reading evidence in evaluation of criminal defendants.
The U of M and Summit Medical announced that a new, non-invasive device to support jaw fractures is approved by the FDA.
Startup company enVerde signed an agreement with the U to develop a technology that converts organic waste into syngas.
Discovery could lead to electronics printed on real human skin.
Conductivity is highest-ever for thin film oxide semiconductor material
U startups are among the most promising in the U.S., according to the National Council of Entrepreneurial Tech Transfer.