U-M awards cash to student startups


The University of Michigan’s Samuel Zell and Robert H. Lurie Institute of Entrepreneurial Studies awarded over $100,000 to student startups yesterday as part of its Michigan Business Challenge competition. One of the award recipients, MEMStim, is hoping to improve the field of neurostimulation by making MEMS electrode leads for medical device companies.

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