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The federal research grants that Dr. Tom Rothstein and a colleague brought along when they came to Kalamazoo represent a milestone of sorts for the Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine.

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GRAND RAPIDS — Grand River Aseptic Manufacturing Inc. was struggling in late 2010 when a group of West Michigan investors put up $5 million to acquire the company’s assets.

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Even as giving to educational causes slows nationally, two West Michigan universities remain hopeful that their capital campaigns will be successful.

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GRAND RAPIDS — In the three years since Peter Jones moved from Los Angeles to Grand Rapids, he’s helped to more than double the amount of federal research funding that Van Andel Institute receives.

Published in In the News

GRAND RAPIDS — Over the course of four years, Michigan State University researchers managed to take about $300,000 and turn it into more than $4.5 million.

Published in Life Sciences

GRAND RAPIDS — While Michigan State University’s future $88.1 million biomedical research facility is expected to have an impact on the region’s scientific research community, the project also demonstrates the strength of the real estate market in Grand Rapids.

Published in Design Build

Amid a period of intense volatility in the consolidating global drug industry, one Grand Rapids-based manufacturer of sterile injectable products has capitalized on the pharmaceutical sector’s push to outsource production to control costs.

Published in Manufacturing

GRAND RAPIDS — Michigan State University will seek to raise about $30 million to help pay for the $88.1 million biomedical research center that will add to the growing research cluster in Grand Rapids.

Published in Life Sciences

MSU plans to begin an immediate nationwide search for a successor to College of Human Medicine Dean Marsha Rappley, President Lou Anna Simon said. Rappley is leaving for a position in Virginia.

Published in In the News

Once touted as a bright example of the growing life sciences sector in West Michigan and a new era of molecular medicine, Sequenom Inc. now plans to shut down its local lab.

Published in Life Sciences
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