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Environment still developing for fast-growth startups

April 28, 2015

i2E’s Scott Meacham: In a perfectly efficient world, we would have a set of early indicators that could accurately predict future gazelles.

Bio Matters: OU researcher Dr. Courtney Houchen

April 26, 2015

By Jim Stafford Copyright © 2015 The Oklahoma Publishing Company My mother adored “Dr. Kildare.” In the mid-1960s it was, as they say, appointment television viewing in our house. I think it had to do more with the appeal of […]

ECU sweeps Small Biz Division at GovCup Awards

April 23, 2015

East Central University dominated the 2015 Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup Awards on April 16 at the Bricktown Events Center in Oklahoma City, sweeping the top three places in the Small Business Division.

Water is dangerous on lithium battery fires

April 21, 2015

Read this important blog from i2E client SpectrumFX and founder Kent Faith that shows the use of water in Lithium battery fires is dangerous.

‘Gazelles’ Accelerate Oklahoma’s Economy

April 21, 2015

Oklahoma is a great state for gazelles. I don’t mean the fast little antelopes that are found in tropical and subtropical Asia and Africa. (Although with Oklahoma’s summers, they might feel right at home.)

Executive Q&A: Robin Smith,

April 20, 2015

A few years ago, Robin Smith and her husband called on eBay in San Jose, Calif. to tell executives about their Oklahoma City-based startup

2015 BioSummit & BioScience Awards photo gallery

April 15, 2015

Don’t miss our new photo album from the 2015 BioSummit and BioScience Awards Dinner. All the participants in the BioSummit plus winners from the Award Dinner.

Oklahoma must improve on STEM investments

April 14, 2015

It would be impossible to be in our line of work without recognizing how dependent the innovation sector is on research and development and continually expanding a workforce that has the technical skills required for the available jobs.

Lin Liu builds team of researchers with CoBRE grant

April 13, 2015

Headquarters of the Oklahoma Center for Respiratory and Infectious Diseases (OCRID) is a humble office deep in the heart of McElroy Hall on the Oklahoma State University campus.

Budgeting for the win in Oklahoma

April 7, 2015

is that time of year when the Legislature turns its attention to crafting the state budget. Like the basketball tournaments, the process starts in March and ends (hopefully) in April.