September 24th, 2020 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
As a part of a2tech360, we are excited to celebrate the technologies, innovation, and talent of companies on the “edge” of the Ann Arbor area by showcasing their unique products and projects.
Admission is free for attendees. Register Here.
Here’s the tentative schedule for Thursday, September 24th:
Stem cell company Forever Labs grows market, increases funding with storage process
Forever Labs Inc., an Ann Arbor stem-cell company that graduated from the prestigious Y Combinator incubator program in Silicon Valley in 2017, has started raising a Series A round of funding that it hopes to close out soon at $6 million to $8 million. Continue Reading
3D-Printed Ligaments, Night Vision, & Hydroponic Lettuce: Inside The Mi-HQ Life Sciences Campus
We often hear about the tech startups of Ann Arbor, which have experienced quite a bit of long-anticipated growth since recent successes of a number of local infosec and software development firms, but there’s a side to Ann Arbor tech that not many people see: the life sciences. Continue Reading
Incubators, Accelerators, and Co-Working spaces in the Ann Arbor Region
The Ann Arbor region is blooming with incubators, accelerators, and co-working spaces. Entrepreneurs and their growing companies are in constant need of space and inspiration. Continue Reading
AkzoNobel rewards start-ups as Imagine Chemistry winners are announced
Ten start-ups will see their ideas for more sustainable chemistry move a step closer to reality after being named winners of AkzoNobel’s Imagine Chemistry challenge. Continue Reading
WACKER Officially Opens US-based R&D Center for Silicones in Ann Arbor, MI
WACKER, the Munich-based chemical group, officially opened its Silicones R&D Center located in Ann Arbor, MI, today. Continue Reading
WACKER Expands US-based Research and Development Capacities for Silicones
WACKER, the Munich based chemical company, is expanding its research and development facilities for silicones by establishing a new R&D center located in Ann Arbor, MI, USA. Continue Reading
Incubator may birth new firms, new fame
The Michigan Innovation Headquarters, doing business as MI-HQ, is a 130,000-square-foot development in the build-out phase that will serve as an incubator for startup tech firms and as lab and office space for existing companies. Continue Reading
A plan to make Ann Arbor Michigan's startup city
Mark Smith has some big ideas. Physically big ideas. On a cold day in early March, the Ann Arbor resident looked out at a sprawling, largely vacant commercial campus and detailed his vision for it. Continue Reading