An anti-brain tumor drug developed at OMRF could prove more effective than current therapies because it attacks cancer cells at multiple points.
The Governor’s Cup experience helped jump-start PristineCal as a startup for co-founders Stacey Brandhorst and Rachel Mui.
Welcome to speed dating at the BIO show, when people flow in and out of the OKBio meeting space every 30 minutes.
Among the first Oklahomans on the 2013 BIO Convention exhibition floor Monday morning was Brien Thorstenberg from Muskogee.
The tradeshow is one of my favorite parts of SXSW. There are so many great companies with new products or technology. Here are a few that I really liked.
i2E’s Jay Sheldon is working to make sure that “what happens at SXSW doesn’t stay at SXSW” through networking and workshops.
Round 2 of the Presidential Innovation Fellows program is accepting applications for nine projects, five new and four in second phases from Round 1.
A pair of enterprising i2E Fellows, Jared Rader and Jorge Marzola, took an idea to OU’s Startup Weekend and emerged with the winning team.
The first time I saw Dustin Curzon’s presentation about his online photo “storytelling” platform, Narrable.com, I knew it would make a perfect gift for my mom.
Oklahoma City’s renaissance has led to a population gain and No. 18 ranking among cities nationally for net gain of population shift.
A great place to gain broader perspective on what’s happening in economic development across the country is the annual SSTI conference.