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Michigan corn growers are disappointed by a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announcement on Nov. 30 that they say fails to require enough corn-based ethanol to be blended into the nation’s fuel supply.

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Downtowns across West Michigan have transformed into destinations for some of the area’s leading life sciences and biomedical research institutions. For proof, one needn’t look beyond Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo where Michigan State University and Western Michigan University, respectively, have each made significant investments in medical learning and research facilities

Published in Commercial Real Estate

GRAND RAPIDS — No matter what happens with a Grand Rapids consortium that coordinates the placement of medical residents in the area, Aron Sousa intends to maintain a focus on students.

Published in Health Biz

Despite the numerous economic development programs aimed at attracting new businesses to Michigan, state and regional organizations could do more when it comes to helping companies focused on the triple bottom line business model.

Published in Economic Development

Michigan State University has exceeded $1 billion in pledges to a $1.5 billion multi-year capital campaign. Pledges to the Empower Extraordinary campaign that started in July 2011 totaled more than $1.01 billion as of Aug. 31, the university said today.

Published in In the News

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

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

WEST MICHIGAN — Legislation awaiting Gov. Rick Snyder’s approval could triple the number of communities that use a special type of tax-increment financing to attract high-tech development and innovation.

Published in Economic Development

Created a year ago in the merger of two Michigan health information exchanges, Great Lakes Health Connect continues to reap the benefits of a strategy shared by its two founding organizations.

Published in Health Biz

Two bills before the state Legislature highlight a contentious debate over how and in what capacity governmental bodies should regulate the so-called sharing economy.

Published in Economic Development
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