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Game Theory: A Q&A with Matt Toschlog

The computer gaming industry rakes in nearly $9 billion each year. Michigan has only a very small sliver of that pie, and part of that sliver is Quantum Signal in Saline. Concentrate chats with Matt Toschlog, who heads up the company's simulation and gaming division. He weighs in on the state of the industry in Michigan, our film and video game incentive program, and the strategic advantage of having dreadlocks.

The Next Evolution In Power: Adaptive Materials

As America's "Arsenal For Democracy" goes high-tech could Ann Arbor become its main innovator? The husband-wife team behind Adaptive Materials thinks so. Developers of long-lasting portable battery cells, this local alternative energy company not only supplies power to soldiers in the field but is also looking to expand their inherently 'green' technology into medical, transportation and consumer markets.
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Advanced Photonix

Care about high speed Internet? Blazing fast computer processing? Medical and security scanners that safely identify threats? Then you should be a fan of Advanced Photonix, a company that moved part of its operations from California to Ann Arbor.

Solidica

We have officially entered the realm of sci-fi style technology. Ann Arbor's Solidica makes wireless sensors that can not only communicate the status of distant vehicles and machinery, but also predict where systems might fail. It's a brave new world after all.

Adaptive Materials

By any measure Adaptive Materials is exactly the kind of  green collar company Ann Arbor wants. Innovative, well-funded and ambitious, this fuel cell technology firm is a model for our region's economic transformation.
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