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.
Foreign investment in Oklahoma should help the state’s biotech industry expand, said patent attorney Mike LaBrie.
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.
Vision proposal aims at Tulsa being the next Silicon Valley By Jarrel Wade Copyright © 2015 BH Media Group Holdings, Inc. The next industrial revolution is called the “maker movement,” and Scott Phillips, founder of Civic Ninjas, wants Tulsa to be […]
IMMY on 2015 Inc. 5000 list Copyright © 2015 IMMY IMMY has been named one of Inc. Magazine’s Fastest Growing Private Companies in America for 2015. Over the past few years, IMMY has recorded revenue growth of 128 percent, with 2014 […]
Awesome. That’s the word that best describes the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics (OSSM). This school has a 24-year history of being “awesome.”
Edmond was ranked as one of the best cities in the U.S. for women entrepreneurs to launch a business in a report by data-science group GoodCall.
Angels and early stage investors such as i2E make a first-round investment in a startup with the expectation that the company will achieve prescribed milestones that mitigate risk and lead to substantial returns for all.
The Oklahoma Technology Showcase, the state’s “show-and-tell” event of world-class technology, returns Aug. 26 to the Broken Arrow campus of Northeastern State University.
Dirk Spiers wants to become to battery services what Amazon.com is to books and iTunes is to music. It’s a matter of establishing a new niche before anyone else even dreams up the idea, the founder of Spiers New Technologies Inc. said. Recent developments in high-performance batteries have afforded him such an opportunity in Oklahoma City.
Moleculera Labs Inc. has received renewal of Commission on Office Laboratories Accreditation certification.
By Scott Meacham Copyright © 2015 The Oklahoma Publishing Co. There are 253 million cars and trucks on U.S. roads. The average age of those cars is 11.4 years. Most of us intend to keep our vehicles in good operating […]