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Science, technology investments paid off in a big way for Oklahoma

July 29, 2014

Funding cuts have kept science, technology program from boosting Oklahoma’s economy even more, i2E Inc. CEO Scott Meacham says.

Multimedia Specialist

July 28, 2014

Position Overview: The Multimedia Specialist will work within the Marketing Division to develop graphics, coordinate and produce electronic and social media, maintain websites and support i2E marketing activities and events.  This part time position will report directly to the Senior […]

OKBio Scholarship Provides Partnering Experience

July 28, 2014

My company, EpimedX, was fortunate to be awarded the OKBio-sponsored BIO scholarship, allowing me to attend the convention for the first time.

Tulsa-based virtual reality company developing data-glove technology

July 27, 2014

One of the fun things about the business we’re in is working with cool new companies that are on the very leading edge of technology and emerging industries.

Oklahoma Innovations July 26

July 25, 2014

A $1.9 million grant through the Advanced Manufacturing Jobs and Innovation Accelerator Challenge will allow the OSU New Product Development Center and the Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance to begin the Manufacturing Improvement Program for the Oil and Gas Industry Supply Chain […]

Economic development a solid investment for Oklahoma

July 22, 2014

Recently CNN Money reported that Oklahoma City earned first place in an annual ranking of the top 50 U.S. cities of the best place to launch a small business.

Innovations, business development spread in ‘flatter’ Oklahoma

July 15, 2014

Technology allows innovation to spring up in variety of locales.

Biotechnology conference allows Oklahoma firms to shine

July 8, 2014

State’s presence at international event provides opportunities for small, local companies. By Scott Meacham I recently attended my first Biotechnology Industry Organization annual convention. BIO International is the world’s largest biotech gathering, and the scope and scale of this event […]

Tech transfer process links Oklahoma inventions and jobs

July 2, 2014

By Scott Meacham Copyright © 2014, The Oklahoma Publishing Company The universities and research institutions in Oklahoma produce some amazing inventions. It’s particularly exciting when one of those technologies exits the research lab and becomes the basis for a new […]

Bio startups grow Emergent Technology

June 27, 2014

There were some natural concerns among Oklahomans back in 1998 when Texas native Tommy Harlan put together a venture capital fund and began investing in life science startups spun out of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.