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Akadeum Life Sciences Closes $1 Million in Financing

October 2015

Akadeum has secured a $1 million investment led by Michigan eLab, which includes Detroit Innovate, Invest Michigan, University of Michigan MINTS, and Jeffrey Schox, a nationally renowned patient attorney. “What truly excited us at Michigan eLab was not only the disruptive nature Akadeum’s BACS™ microbubble solution has on the market, but the intense customer focus the founding team had, including embracing lean startup methodologies typically found in software companies,” said …

Michigan eLab Invests in Akadeum Life Sciences

January 2015

Michigan eLab, LLC. is a venture capital firm in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Their first local investment? Akadeum Life Sciences. Since Akadeum’s microbubble cell sorting technology can reduce the time and cost of isolating cells, and Michigan eLab’s investment of $150,000 will be used to make our technology more effective for cancer research. “While traditionally it can take two or three days to grow enough target cells in a culture to …

Cell Isolation Technology Demonstration at We Make Health Fest

August 2014

We demonstrated Akadeum’s cell isolation and sorting technology at the We Make Health Fest on August 16, 2014. The fest, hosted by the University of Michigan, focused on the connection between health and technology. Our presentation emphasized how Akadeum’s microbubble technology can be used to purify cell samples and test food for pathogens quickly and at a low cost. Thank you to everyone who attended We Make Health.    

Akadeum Chosen to Receive Advice from NASA

May 2014

Akadeum Life Sciences is one of several companies in Ohio and Michigan who have been selected to receive advice from NASA. NASA will provide immediate help to five companies at their June 12, 2014 event at the University of Toledo, four companies at the Glenn Center in Cleveland, Ohio, and seven companies on-site or via video-conferencing. Akadeum has been selected to receive on-site or video advice. Read more about this …