Technology and Innovation

Longform Emergence Collective consultant Laura Urteaga-Fuentes.

Q&A: Talking DEI in tech with Ann Arbor-based Emergence Collective


Development News The Kresge Artist Fellowship offers metro Detroit artists the chance at winning a $25,000 no-strings-attached fellowship.
Development News The Downtown Farmington Gift Card provides local business owners another tool in their belt as they look to attract customers this holiday shopping season.
Innovation News SMART
Feature Story Mid Michigan College — Festo Mechatronics Lab
Feature Story Dan Zuberbier with Herrick District Library shows off a few of the items available for check out through HDL's Library of Things.  (Contributed/HDL)

From toys to tech: Library of Things offers creative opportunities


Longform Priya Gogoi.
Innovation News People Party! can populate a scene with a varying number of figures, representing real population metrics in the area where the project will be located.
Innovation News Tech Homecoming in 2019.
Feature Story Students study at the Boys & GIrls Club Lift Zone.
Longform Dr. Leslie Pelkey, Cherry Health’s chief medical officer.
Feature Story Isabel and Shaun Drone are starting their own F45 Training franchise in downtown Farmington.
Development News “The fact that Sterling Heights was chosen over a competing site in Massachusetts makes me incredibly proud of this community and what we have to offer advanced tech companies like DCS,” says Sterling Heights Mayor Michael Taylor.
Innovation News Special equipment is installed on EMU's campus to test for COVID-19 and other infectious diseases.
Development News The Saildrone Explorer was seen in the St. Clair River and Black River canal this past October.
Longform Dr. Leslie Pelkey, Cherry Health’s chief medical officer.
Development News The Farmington Civic Theater began showing first-run movies when it opened in 1940, switched to second-run films in the 1980s, and has now returned to showing first-run movies for the first time in decades.
Feature Story CAREgivers Insight Logo
Development News A schematic showing planned changes for I-94 at Huron Street in Ypsilanti.
Innovation News HeloGenika and Culturewell were the top prize-winners at Ann Arbor SPARK's Entrepreneur Boot Camp.