A new Michigan State University startup company has found a way to apply Michigan’s role as first in chestnut production to the booming microbrew industry. Treeborn Products craft-roasts chestnuts to be used in the brewing process for both gluten-free and regular ales, stouts and porters. Their craft-roasting process helps maximize chestnuts’ naturally sweet, nutty flavor.
Quantum Medical Concepts invests $150,000 in new company founded at MSU Innovation Center
EAST LANSING, MI —A new medical device that will improve the way families treat infant jaundice is one step closer to market, thanks to a partnership between a new Michigan State University startup company and a Michigan-based medical sector investment firm. The startup, TheraB Medical Products Inc., (TheraB) was developed by MSU students with the help of Spartan Innovations and $150,000 in pre-seed stage funding from Quantum Medical Concepts.
The third annual Greenlight Business Model Competition announces winners of the March 31, 2015 competition. Competitors who impressed the panel of judges were able to win up to $50,000 in cash prizes, as well as network with angel and venture capital investors and other entrepreneurs from around the state. Airway Innovations won the grand prize of $25,000, with additional winners detailed below: