ANN ARBOR — The Zell Lurie Founders Fund at the University of Michigan’s Zell Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies announced an investment in Neurable, a brain-computer interface technology startup.
ANN ARBOR — Two University of Michigan student-run startups were awarded large prizes in the Rice University Business Plan Competition, the world’s largest and richest graduate-level business plan event.
Neurable and PreDXion Bio, the two winning teams, both started their successful business plan competition seasons at the Michigan Business Challenge, a business plan competition run by UM’s Zell Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies. Together, they took home $430,000 in cash and investments from the Rice event, held in Houston, Texas over the weekend.
ANN ARBOR — Chosen from nearly 400 entrants, two University of Michigan student teams, Neurable and PreDxion Bio, will compete with some of the world’s top universities for more than $1 million in prizes at the 16th annual Rice Business Plan Competition at Rice University, April 14-16 in Houston, Texas.