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Monday, August 12, 2019


Karamba Security in Bloomfield Hills Enhances Auto Cybersecurity via Partnership with Cypress Semiconductor

Bloomfield Hills-based Karamba Security, a provider of embedded cybersecurity for connected machines, announced a collaboration with Cypress Semiconductor Corp. in California to enhance security for the automotive industry.


Censys in Ann Arbor to Launch Enterprise-level Cybersecurity Platform Censys SaaS

Ann Arbor’s Censys Inc., a provider of internet security data used by Google and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, has announced the upcoming launch of its enterprise-level attack surface management software platform that provides real-time visibility and actionable insights over entire network attack surfaces.

Ann Arbor-based U-M Researchers Create Cell Therapy Designed to Heal Bone Fractures

Researchers at Ann Arbor’s University of Michigan are reprogramming adult stem cells from bone marrow so they can be injected directly into a wound and grow into bone.


Troy High School Team to Send Gene Experiment to International Space Station

An experiment designed by recent Troy High School graduates Finsam Samson and Yujie Wang will be performed by astronauts on the International Space Station’s U.S. National Laboratory next year. The honor comes from the pair winning the fifth annual Genes in Space competition.

Researchers at Ann Arbor’s U-M Create Device to Quickly Detect Respiratory Distress Syndrome

Researchers at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor have developed a portable breath monitor capable of detecting acute respiratory distress syndrome, an often-deadly disease that causes fluid to leak into the lungs.


Southfield’s JVS Human Services’ New Simulated Shopping and Warehouse Centers Offer Training to Workers with Disabilities

Metro Detroit nonprofit agency JVS Human Services, which helps job seekers of all backgrounds and abilities achieve their employment goals, has opened two new programs to help individuals with disabilities become fluent in skills needed in a growing industry.

U-M Business School Partners with White Light to Create Immersive Digital Learning Experience

The Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor is utilizing a mixed-reality video technology designed by London-based White Light Ltd. in its new Digital Education Studio.


Blog: Detroit – America’s Next Tech Hub

I recently took on a new role at Oracle as an account executive for high-growth companies in Michigan. I chose Michigan as the state to work in after reading about the fascinating city of Detroit. Detroit is a case study in urban reinvention. A city once flourishing and fading with the tides and trends of the automobile industry, Detroit has repositioned itself as a potential tech hub of the future.

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