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Oklahoma company seeks to reduce osteoarthritis pain

September 29, 2015

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis. It affects millions of people worldwide, causing pain and joint dysfunction — cruelly impacting mobility and quality of life.

OKC economic climate rates highly in luring entrepreneurs

September 22, 2015

Oklahoma City has been named the No. 1 city worth moving to for entrepreneurs who want to launch a startup by

Tulsa on the cusp on becoming … a better Tulsa

September 21, 2015

Tulsa is in the middle of an entrepreneurial revolution. With a quick filing fee and some determination, anyone can start a new business.

Infinite Composites Technologies, OSU-Tulsa sign facility use agreement

September 18, 2015

Infinite Composites Technologies, OSU-Tulsa sign facility use agreement By Journal Record staff Copyright © 2015 The Journal Record TULSA – Oklahoma State University-Tulsa and Infinite Composites Technologies have signed a facility use agreement providing the company access to the Helmerich Research […]

Francis Tuttle Academy prepares students for career

September 15, 2015

Jackson Jandreau graduated from Putnam North High School this past spring and is now a freshman engineering student at Oklahoma State University.

How Oklahoma City companies can boost STEM education

September 15, 2015

One of the most exciting things that’s happened in Oklahoma recently is the construction of the General Electric Global Research Center right across the way from the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics.

Oklahoma’s life science startup companies take a different route

September 1, 2015

It’s not always apparent just how significant Oklahoma’s opportunity in life science startup companies is.

When we talk about startups, we tend toward information technology or advanced manufacturing deals. Things move faster in those types of businesses. Solutions are easier to understand. There’s simply more to talk about from week to week.

Big bucks in biotech

August 27, 2015

Foreign investment in Oklahoma should help the state’s biotech industry expand, said patent attorney Mike LaBrie.

Chinese company acquires Cytovance Biologics

August 25, 2015

Cytovance Biologics Inc., an Oklahoma City-based pharmaceutical contract manufacturer, will be acquired by a unit of a Chinese company in a $206 million deal, the companies announced Monday.

Event focuses on innovative entrepreneurs

August 25, 2015

The Oklahoma Technology Showcase, the state’s “show-and-tell” event of world-class technology, returns Wednesday to the Broken Arrow campus of Northeastern State University.