Last year, Made at Michigan featured more than 80 student ventures, and many students have continued to build on their work and grow their ventures. Here is a look at their progress. Follow the progress CARt, Neurable, PreDxion Bio, Elegus Technologies, and Girls Rock Detroit, Kulisha.


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Kulisha is a sustainable aquafeed company, catering to small-scale aquaculture farmers in Kenya that produces commercial-grade fish feed from insects. The company aims to provide farmers with a low-cost, high-quality feed that is beneficial for the environment and the farmers alike.

Kulisha’s recent accomplishments include:

  • Earned top prize at the Thought for Food Summit in Zurich, Switzerland
  • Won the Brown University Social Innovation Fellowship
  • Earned $10,000 in cash prizes at the Thought for Food Challenge
  • Won the Social Impact track of the Michigan Business Challenge, earning $15,000 in funding

“To me, one of the most rewarding elements of my experience with Kulisha is helping create a product that can have a major impact on society.” –Eric Katz, Ross School of Business, BBA 2017

Learn more about Kulisha.