A high-tech cap that lets you control technologies with your mind. A rock band school for girls in Detroit. A biochip that can quickly give doctors vital information with only a drop of blood.
These are just three of the more than 80 ventures that U-M students across campus are pushing forward with support from the institution’s top-ranked entrepreneurial programs. Details of many more student startups and endeavors were published this spring in the first-of-its-kind report: Made at Michigan.
The report is available online and in print. It shines a spotlight on ventures over a broad range of disciplines, including for-profits, social ventures, and innovative new products and services with market potential.