Gongwer Elections App Updated With New Analysis

LANSING - Gongwer News Service has updated its 2018 Michigan Elections app, available for iOS and Android devices, with new analysis for most races for state and federal offices where there is competition in the primary. The new analysis reflects the latest developments in those races as endorsements and reports of candidate activity continue to pour

By |2018-07-20T11:30:57-04:00July 20th, 2018|Government/Politics, New Products / Contracts, Politics|

Luderer Named To Head WMU Biosciences Center

KALAMAZOO - Dr. Jack R. Luderer was named in May as executive director of Western Michigan University's Biosciences Research and Commercialization Center. Luderer, who has served as WMU's vice president for research since 2002, was a key figure in securing state funding for the center two years ago and developing the center's structure and business

By |2005-05-22T00:00:00-04:00May 22nd, 2005|Archive, Government/Politics|

PharmOptima, Kalesxyn Form Joint Service Alliance

KALAMAZOO ? PharmOptima and Kalexsyn have formed a joint service alliance to offer a broad range of services for the drug discovery and research markets. Kalexsyn CEO David Zimmermann said the two companies will provide an integrated drug discovery service platform. ?This platform will provide an expedited drug discovery timeline for our client partners. Our

By |2005-03-14T00:00:00-04:00March 14th, 2005|Archive, Government/Politics|

Judge Rejects Efforts By Michigan State Police To End Anti-Terrorist Database Lawsuit

LANSING - Wayne Circuit Judge Warfield Moore rejected efforts by the Michigan State Police to end a lawsuit over its participation in the Multi-State Anti-Terrorism Information Exchange (MATRIX), a federal anti-terrorism program. Former Michigan Gov. William Milliken is among the plaintiffs seeking public access to the information collected by the State Police under the program.

By |2005-02-07T00:00:00-04:00February 7th, 2005|Archive, Government/Politics|

Microsoft Security Patch Fails To Fix The Problem

SEATTLE ? A Romania-based security service provider said that a patch issued by Microsoft this month fails to resolve all of the security issues involving the ActiveX control in Windows, which could flood PCs with spyware. GeCad said that the patch has not addressed at least one weakness that could allow a hackers to exploit

By |2005-01-24T00:00:00-04:00January 24th, 2005|Archive, Government/Politics|

Managing Innovation Focus Of January M-TEC Workshop

KALAMAZOO ? Managing innovation is tough in the fast paced 21st century world of business, so Southwest Michigan First, BlueGranite and Kalamazoo Valley Community College?s M-TEC are co-hosting a workshop in January that features Bill Guest, a teacher and consultant, exclusively in the area of organizational performance measurement andimprovements. The workshop will be held at

By |2005-01-16T00:00:00-04:00January 16th, 2005|Archive, Government/Politics|