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GRAND RAPIDS — Drug developer Tetra Discovery Partners Inc. plans to launch a clinical trial later this spring on a potential treatment for an autism spectrum disorder.

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An experimental drug under development by Tetra Discovery Partners LLC has the potential to treat traumatic brain injury, according to the results of a pre-clinical trial.

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The Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine completed the acquisition of the Southwest Michigan Innovation Center on Jan. 1. The medical school plans to use the Innovation Center to expand its research work.

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Sunday, 02 August 2015 22:00

Changes ahead for SMIC

As Western Michigan University plans the expansion of its Business Technology and Research Park, a key part of the existing site is undergoing a transition.

With the additional $20 million it seeks to raise, Armune BioScience Inc. hopes to drive growth as well as research new applications for the blood test it developed to diagnose prostate cancer.

A Kalamazoo-based firm has developed new technology that it says could bring back some favorable cold weather- and drought-resistant qualities to modern corn crops without resorting to genetic engineering.

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An $850,000 investment will help Grand Rapids-based Tetra Discovery Partners LLC move into clinical trials next year for a drug under development to treat Alzheimer’s disease.

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After a decade in operation, it could be time rethink West Michigan’s two life sciences incubators to better support growth in the industry.

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The little more than $1 million raised from investors this summer, coupled with $3 million in federal grant funding, moves Tetra Discovery Partners closer to conducting human clinical trials for a new drug that it’s developing to treat neurological conditions and brain trauma.

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More than a decade after opening and ushering in a new era of entrepreneurism in Kalamazoo — and exceeding even the most optimistic expectations — the Southwest Michigan Innovation Center is preparing to adjust to the changing times.

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