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MACKINAC ISLAND — While Southeast Michigan leaders at this year’s Mackinac Policy Conference acknowledge that their region’s economy still has room for improvement, they’ve started to pivot from a focus on fixing immediate problems to tackling long-term solutions instead.

Published in Economic Development

In launching a joint degree this fall in osteopathic medicine and business, Michigan State University seeks to produce better doctors.

Published in Education

Michigan’s big three research universities again compare favorably overall to their national peers in terms of innovation, although more progress needs to occur in getting those ideas from the lab to the marketplace.

Published in Education

Within hours after voters soundly rejected a sales tax increase to help pay for improving the state’s roads, Democratic lawmakers started suggesting that Michigan’s business community needs to pay its “fair share” for infrastructure.

Published in Economic Development

The $150,000 investment made in an East Lansing medical startup illustrates how a pre-seed capital fund created by the Michigan State Medical Society has started to adapt to the marketplace.

Published in Health Biz

Bronson has no immediate plans to redevelop the 131,419-square-foot building or the 5,353-square-foot building that served as the headquarters of the former Business Review West Michigan, according to a news release. The Gazette building at 401 South Burdick Street has been vacant since 2012 when the MLive Media Group newspaper moved to 306 South Kalamazoo Mall.

Published in In the News

The plan for ancillary development as part of Michigan State University’s proposed Biomedical Research Center in Grand Rapids took a step forward this morning.

Published in In the News

Eric Van Middendorp tapped a growing list of West Michigan-based health care, research and funding partners to develop a new medical device that secures patient breathing tubes. Through continued collaboration, the young inventor hopes to bring the product to market within the next two years.

Published in Health Biz

Michigan State University projects another steady year for growth in the state’s $18.7 billion tourism industry.

Published in In the News

The City of Grand Rapids’ plan to use state funds to convert six parcels of underutilized property along the Grand River into green space has sparked a debate over land use and sustainable riverfront development.

Published in Commercial Real Estate
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