Winning startups were crowned in the mobility, life science, information technology and People’s Choice categories at the University of Michigan Golf Course Clubhouse.
This year’s accolades celebrated a diverse range of industries, including architecture, IT solutions, plush animals, genomic intelligence, medical imaging, professional chauffeur services, and more.
The Advance Ypsi program aims to connect residents and Ypsilanti Community High School students in the 48198 and 48197 zipcodes to education and training that could lead to high-wage, in-demand jobs.
The event will explore the critical role women play in the tech field, the challenges they face and their impact as the industry continues to evolve and drive global progress.
Stop by booth 109 at the North American Detroit Auto Show’s AutoMobili-D to learn about innovative startups revolutionizing the mobility section.
Tech enthusiasts and industry leaders will see four inspiring trailblazers at this year’s Tech Talk speaker spotlight.
Attendees will have an opportunity to engage in insightful discussions, network with like-minded individuals and gain valuable insights into the world of angel investing and startup growth.
Ann Arbor Mobility Summit aims to spark insightful discussions, drive collaborative solutions, and catalyze new partnerships that will shape the future of transportation.
The city recently unveiled a new look for the website to streamline how users find content and interact with resources.
The Ypsilanti hospital, at 5301 McAuley Dr., can keep the accreditation as long as it continues to uphold the Surgical Review Corporation’s program criteria.
CareYaya uses its platform to connect seniors and older adults to pre-health student caregivers at costs 30 percent lower than industry standards.
The free Art-Go-Round shuttle service is back this year with seven stops around Art Fair.
The method could bring down costs and make way for more ecofriendly structures in the construction industry.
The Mayhem project was commissioned by the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory.
Look out above: Drones will soon be delivering prescription medications to households across Washtenaw County.
May Mobility has partnered with global transit technology company Via to launch thousands of AVs around the world.
Housed at U-M, CCAT will continue its work as an automated vehicle research partnership with a renewed federal grant.
Ann Arbor SPARK will host its annual meeting on Thursday, May 25 at the Eastern Michigan University Student Center.
Ann Arbor SPARK will lead a panel discussion at the SXSW Conference in Austin, Texas.
The exhibit is free and open to the public.
Simms has been with Ann Arbor SPARK since it was founded.
May Mobility's new chief operating officer has been in the industry for three decades.
The University of Michigan generated 16 new startup companies and 433 new inventions during the fiscal year 2021-22.
One local company is using a creative incentive to raise funds for Food Gatherers.
Ann Arbor SPARK’s annual Tech Homecoming event returns this year to connect growing companies with job seekers.
Nickels will use its latest funding to recruit new team members, accelerate partnerships and build on its product capabilities.
Denovo Fertility was the Best of Boot Camp winner at Ann Arbor SPARK's 2022 Entrepreneur Boot Camp Celebration.
U-M and Google are now offering a data analytics course for data science and public policy professionals.
The 24th annual FastTrack Awards concluded the first day of a2Tech360 by highlighting some of the Ann Arbor area’s fastest-growing “gazelles.”
U-M's autonomous vehicle technology testing facility has received $5.1 million from NSF to enable remote access to the public-private mobility partnership.
EMU’s Iyad Khattab and Je’Naiya Tims were among 10 students selected from universities across the United States.
Ann Arbor’s top tech visionaries will offer inspirational talks and personal stories on entrepreneurship, inclusion, creativity, and technology during a2Tech360 series.
The new video game and electronics store is set to open on Friday with a customized mural, store swag, a raffle for a free PlayStation 5 and other giveaways.
Washtenaw Community College will be hosting an open house in its new Automotive Cybersecurity Lab on Thursday, Sept. 8 from 6-8 p.m.
Venue is opening in the former Lucky's Market location in Lower Burns Park.
Ann Arbor SPARK’s a2Tech360 will be held October 7-14.
While pedestrian traffic will be maintained, there may be detours, pavement removal, meter bagging and parking space and through-traffic closures.
May Mobility continues to advance its autonomous vehicle technologies.
The free autonomous shuttle will circle the perimeter of the art fair, giving tourists and townies an opportunity to move around the fair.
U-M's new Wi-Fi is up to five times faster than its previous network, say school officials.
"Aevum" did not compete in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Venue is coming to the former Lucky's Market space.
PizzaForno has four locations in Michigan.
University of Michigan is now enrolling its first Department of Robotics class.
A new software invented at the University of Michigan that speeds up 3D printing has hit the market.
Ann Arbor SPARK hosted its 2022 Annual Meeting on Thursday at Eastern Michigan University’s Student Center.
Researchers said it was obvious when study participants became infected.
Censys is a leading provider of continuous attack surface management.
Ann Arbor SPARK has hired Jennifer Hayman to serve as senior vice president of marketing, communications and events.
A new mobile app launched by WAVE and MUVE aims to provide Washtenaw County residents with more robust transit options.
Ann Arbor SPARK and EMU are offering 48 intern positions this summer.
As part of EMU’s eight-week Executive Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Venture Challenge program, enrolled entrepreneurs pitched their ideas to local business leaders for the chance to win funding.
Community members can do more with Tree Town’s new online permit system.
The event is attended by business, government and academic leaders from around the Ann Arbor area.
The company helps organizations monitor and access risks across their internet assets to prevent unwanted cyber-attacks and vulnerabilities.
Oxford Companies announced the launch of the Oxford Instant Office Simple Agreement for Future Equity program for local tech startups.
Ann Arbor SPARK is launching a free online event series designed for small business owners.
Robotics will soon become its own formal discipline at the University of Michigan.
CultureVerse, at 309 S. Main St, opened to the public on Friday featuring technology and in-person and virtual art exhibits.
U-M's Mcity will soon have a new director.
Ann Arbor SPARK’s annual Tech Homecoming event is being offered this year as an in-person and a virtual job fair.
Blumira continues to hire in the Ann Arbor area.
Manpower, Inc. of Southeastern Michigan is looking to hire test drivers for a two-day project in Ann Arbor in December.
Toyota plans to use ACM as a research and development hub for future advanced and automated driver assistance technology.
Robot food delivery is no longer the stuff of science fiction.
KLA held a grand opening on Friday for its newest headquarters in Ann Arbor.
A new building housing two disciplines is coming to U-M's North Campus.
Workit Health reported a 400% increase in membership during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Invest360 is a pitch competition that recognizes promising emerging companies in the mobility, healthcare, and information technology sectors.
Ann Arbor SPARK presented its 23nd annual FastTrack Awards to 18 companies located in Washtenaw and Livingston counties.
CEO and “Chief Storyteller” of Menlo Innovations, Richard Sheridan, will be speaking as part of CUAA's MBA Industry Leaders Seminar Series.
Six Michigan universities and colleges have received a $3 million from NSF to expand STEM opportunities for minority students.
A pair of U-M researchers received a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation to develop technology to help robots better traverse difficult terrain.
A2GO will officially kick off on Oct. 11.
The annual FastTrack Awards honors fast-growing "gazelle" companies headquartered in Washtenaw and Livingston counties.
Students and companies can still apply to participate in the new Michigan STEM Forward program.
Researchers at U-M and the University of Tokyo say they've developed a technology that safely and wirelessly charges devices across large spaces.
Ann Arbor SPARK’s a2Tech360 will be held October 1 through 8 online and in various in-person locations throughout the city.
Ann Arbor-based cybersecurity firm Blumira hopes to double its workforce over the next year.
The grant was announced on Friday by WCC President Dr. Rose B. Bellanca in the Parkridge Community Center during a ceremony.
Strata Oncology in Ann Arbor raised $90 million in a Series C financing round.
Atomic Object recognized for high-performance, high-growth and strategic prowess.
Allconnect has named the midsized college town as fourth most connected on it’s “Top connected college towns in 2021″ list.
A reimagined community hub will be giving the former Lucky's Market space a new lease on life.
The winners were selected by an esteemed panel of experts, based on the business’s investor pitch.
The program aims to promote job retention in the state while supporting local companies.
A new partnership between EMU and U-M aims to help older adults improve their technology skills.
Prentice 4M says it is Michigan's first co-living, co-working space.
Gifted by the Area Agency on Aging 1-B (AAA 1-B), the electronic cats and dogs bring their owners comfort and companionship by purring, barking, blinking, wagging tails and turning their heads.
At its annual meeting, Ann Arbor SPARK honored leading regional businesses and released its annual report.
A new type of shuttle service will be hitting the streets of Ann Arbor in the name of research.
A group of U-M students is looking for feedback on Ann Arbor parks from residents and visitors.
Program aims to make booking, paying for essential trips simple.
The virtual event will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on May 18.
Here's a look at five innovative businesses in Ann Arbor.