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 […]
Technology allows innovation to spring up in variety of locales.
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 […]
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 […]
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.
The 2014 Biotechnology Industry Organization convention is a whirlwind of potential success for Darren Head, president and CEO of Oklahoma City-based Cytovance Biologics Inc.
The flow of visitors past the Oklahoma booth on the first day of the Biotechnology Industry Organization 2014 Convention brought many of them directly into the sight of Karen Waddell
Just as it takes all the different sizes of trees at the different stages of growth to keep the forest healthy and alive, so it is with Oklahoma’s innovation economy.
Co-founded by Oklahoma entrepreneur Mike Moradi, Oklahoma City-based Sensulin is advancing a patented technology that regulates the release of insulin in diabetes patients throughout the day.
Jeremy Daily, an associate professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Tulsa, has taken the technology he developed at TU that extracts crash data from a vehicle’s engine control module and turned it into a company called Synercon.
Oklahoma scientist and entrepreneur Dr. Tom Kupiec says the annual investment stakeholders make in the BIO show is a investment with potential for long-term payoff.
i2E, Inc., recently closed on a $1.4 million Series A preferred equity investment in Tulsa-based Well Checked Systems International, LLC.
OMRF’s Manu Nair recently left the Mayo Clinic to return to Oklahoma. He discusses commercializing technologies in this Q&A with The Oklahoman.
The Institute for Information Security (iSec) at the University of Tulsa is a leader in the field of information assurance. The institute is featured on this week’s edition of the Oklahoma Innovations radio show.