Well Checked Systems is an i2E client company that solves a big problem for oil well operators with a high-tech remote monitoring system that helps well sites be more safe, secure, and productive
Read about the upcoming BioSummit and BioScience Awards Dinner in the Journal Record’s Innovators page.
The 2015 BioSummit and BioScience Awards dinner is April 8 and the Embassy Suites hotel on the Oklahoma Health Center campus.
There’s the economic impact from our portfolio, $228 million at last count, driven by 2,400 jobs created, salaries that are more than 90 percent higher than the Oklahoma average, and revenue drawn into Oklahoma from other states and nations.
Dave King sees data the way proto-birds once used downy temperature-regulating panels to glide and fly. When an attribute that developed to serve one function is co-opted to for another, it’s called exaptation
Is it luck that Danny Maloney and Alex Topiler recognized the potential of Pinterest and built a business at the leading edge of the visual marketing wave?
By Brian Brus Courtesy of The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – Caisson Biotech’s licensing deal with Novo Nordisk last year has resulted in an expanded scope of diseases and drugs appropriate for the Oklahoma City-based biotech company’s molecular delivery system, […]
If I discovered a magic lamp that would give me three wishes, one of them would be for Oklahoma to do what it takes to increase the amount of venture capital invested in technology startups in this state.
Just when she lined up potential opportunities with three Florida biotech companies, Carol Curtis’ husband was transferred to Oklahoma City. Call it serendipity.
Moleculera provides personalized clinical testing services using the Cunningham Panel to help physicians diagnose children thought to be suffering from neurologic conditions.
i2E’s Immersion Venture Assessment is a bi-monthly tough-love boot camp where i2E venture advisers work directly with entrepreneurs to help them make a go/no go decision in three weeks.
For the past decade, Tulsa has witnessed a remarkable renaissance that has inspired hundreds of young professionals to build their careers — and new businesses — here. This is a wonderful time in history to be a young entrepreneur in Tulsa.
Dr. Robert Welliver is part of an OU team working to develop a vaccine for RSV — respiratory syncytial virus — the bane of infants and their parents worldwide.
For Oklahoma to fully compete in this century’s innovation economy, we all need to get on the same page and commit to a cohesive strategy to grow advanced industries in our state.