Ann Arbor-based RetroSense Therapeutics has begun patient trials on its gene therapy technology (it helps restore vision), Which is the first big step toward commercialization.
Ann Arbor-based Park n Party got its start five years ago helping tailgaters find an easier way to party at Michigan football games, specifically helping them reserve that perfect parking spot online. Today, it's helping tailgaters across the U.S..
Ann Arbor's Humax Corp has developed "Give and Get," a social capital app that helps foster pay-it-forward behavior in its users.
Two university seniors -one at U-M- have developed a business plan that will help Kenyan villagers expand their pet/fish food industry without depleting local resources.
ProModel's Ann Arbor office has hired 38 people over the last couple of years, and expects to add yet more. Good thing the predictive analytics firm moved into its office before downtown's real estate market started feeling the squeeze.
The University of Michigan's Desai Accelerator announced its second cohort of startups. A group of six promising young companies were selected from more than the 80 that applied.
Ann Arbor-based Civionics has changed the focus of its sensor technology, and its pivot in marketplace looks promising.
Neurable, a new University of Michigan spin-out that is developing a non-invasive brain-computer interface, is inspired by its founder's personal experience with physical tragedy.
Ann Arbor-based Clarity Quest Marketing is celebrating its 15th anniversary this month, and an annual revenue spike of 25 percent.
The Michigan Venture Capital Association reports that Michigan enjoyed its best year ever for venture capital investment in 2015, clocking in at $328 million.
Armune BioScience closed on a newly expanded Series A worth $4 million last week, and the life sciences firm has its target set on a $25M Series B round for later this year.
PreDxion Bio has created prototype for a diagnostic device that gives doctors the information they need to precisely tailor treatments to a patient's specific immune response.
The newly rebranded California-based IT firm Nexient has doubled its office space in Ann Arbor and hired 20 people over the last year. They now employ nearly 250 people locally and predict adding another 100 over the next few years.
Inmatech has some grand ambitions for its battery technology in 2016. The Ann Arbor-based firm is looking to close on a couple of partnerships, bring its platform to market, and hire a lot of people along the way.
Ann Arbor-based HealthCure anticipates investment later this spring, allowing it to expand its clientele across the Midwest.