Mark Lobo has invented a more reliable severe service control valve. His proprietary design simplifies the liquid’s flow path through the valve, creating greater reliability.
Dr. Stephen Prescott writes that if we want to transform the institutional, somewhat inhuman feel of the health center into a lively ferment of ideas and idea-generators, we need to build a community that draws creative people there.
A mobile application developed by University of Oklahoma graduate business students for the automotive industry is quickly gaining traction, after CNBC last month named it among the world’s 20 hottest startups of 2014.
DormaTarg, an Oklahoma-based firm is developing therapeutics to deal with one of the toughest challenges in fighting cancer — inhibiting the recurrence in metastasis-prone cancers.
Robert Broyles received $218,000 to advance his business, and he aims to turn it into more than $1 million for Oklahoma City-based EpimedX.
For almost a decade, Anne Pereira and her Biolytx team have worked to prepare a therapeutic based on the CAP37 peptide that will kill drug-resistant bacteria.
“Fast and easy access to the Internet is critical for anyone who has built their company online,” said Danny Maloney, CEO and co-founder of Tailwind, an OKC-based tech company.
When you see as many deals as we do, you learn that with start-ups there are a lot more red flags and caution lights than indicators that shout full speed ahead.
This Republican and Democrat agree wholeheartedly on at least one thing: The quality of education in Oklahoma must improve dramatically. As the old saying goes, “the numbers don’t lie.”
Savvy entrepreneurs know that there are many startups that do succeed; that success is not random, and that it doesn’t just happen. It takes a plan.
The Oklahoma Applied Research Support program administered by OCAST and the national SBIR/STTR programs are great examples of early stage non-dilutive funding.
“We’ve had this amazing growth in the last 20 years with the Oklahoma City energy business, and now that is acknowledged by General Electric, which is building its global R&D center right here,” says Dr. David Albert.
By Paul Monies Copyright © 2014, The Oklahoma Publishing Company Entrepreneurs, digital developers and designers will come together at Oklahoma City’s Startup Weekend, one of several hundred happening around the world in coming weeks. The event will be from Friday […]
Oklahoma City and Tulsa rank high on cities with climate for entrepreneurship by the Kiplinger financial service, and funding by i2E is cited as part of the reason for the favorable position.