Oral Competition Team Name*Name* First Last Email* Upload Business Plan*Accepted file types: pdf.Who will be giving the 90 second pitch?* First LastRead more
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Official Application Form Team Name*University*Cameron University, DuncanCameron University, LawtonConnors State College, MuskogeeConnors State College, WarnerEast Central University, AdaEastern Oklahoma State College, McAlesterEastern Oklahoma State College, WilburtonLangston University, LangstonLangston University, Oklahoma CityLangston University, TulsaMurray State College, TishomingoNortheastern Oklahoma A&M College, MiamiNortheastern State University, Broken ArrowNortheastern State University, MuskogeeNortheastern State University, TahlequahNorthern Oklahoma College, EnidNorthern Oklahoma College,Read more
Intent to Compete Form Team Name*University*Cameron University, DuncanCameron University, LawtonConnors State College, MuskogeeConnors State College, WarnerEast Central University, AdaEastern Oklahoma State College, McAlesterEastern Oklahoma State College, WilburtonLangston University, LangstonLangston University, Oklahoma CityLangston University, TulsaMurray State College, TishomingoNortheastern Oklahoma A&M College, MiamiNortheastern State University, Broken ArrowNortheastern State University, MuskogeeNortheastern State University, TahlequahNorthern Oklahoma College, EnidNorthern OklahomaRead more
Co.Week is a time for entrepreneurs, investors and technologists to gather together, collaborate and create an innovative future for Tulsa. This year, Co.Week will include free community coworking all week at 36 Degrees North as well as free workshops, office hours and keynote speakers throughout the week.
Spiers New Technologies (SNT) is just over a year old, but its founder has been focused on developing the market and technology for secondary-use batteries as long as anyone in the business. Dirk Spiers is one of the more passionate figures in the EV industry.
The FY16 Oklahoma Applied Research Support (OARS) solicitation is now available on OKGrants. Application Deadline: March 2, 2016, 5 p.m. CT Target Contract Start Date: August 1, 2016 All applications must be submitted online through OKGrants. Investigators who have not yet registered to use the system must contact their research administrator for access; OCAST willRead more
The Internet of Things (IoT) may be the next revolutionary field for tech products for consumers and businesses. In much the same way smartphones and cloud computing have become a regular part of life, the IoT will likely play an influential role in nearly every activity sometime in the near future. The following are the Internet of Things companies that show some of the most promise with their unique designs and products.
The idea of exactly what your business is going to be usually comes first. Secondly, most often, is giving a title to your idea. What exactly is going to be the name of your business? Whatever the inspiration or relation may be, the naming of your business is one of the most important parts of becoming a CEO. Having a brand behind a strong title can make all the difference in the world.
State of Entrepreneurship: Business startups going strong in Tulsa By John Stancavage © 2015 BH Media Group Holdings, Inc. A year ago, Amy Murray and Piper Kacere had big dreams and a fledgling business. The two Tulsa women were the brains — and the recipes — behind Superfood Cafe, and they needed some cash, connectionsRead more
Oklahoma science, technology forum to weigh research funding’s benefits By Jim Stafford Copyright © 2015 The Oklahoma Publishing Co. The journey from discovery in a research laboratory to commercial use of a new drug is filled with obstacles, setbacks and the certainty that millions of dollars will be required to advance it against long odds.Read more
By Casey Smith Copyright © 2015 BH Media Group Holdings, Inc. CATOOSA — Word Industries Fabrication LLC, a company that President and CEO Tom Word affectionately refers to as a “restart,” is now operating out of the Tulsa Port of Catoosa and is the focus of big plans for growth. The company produces prefabricated pipingRead more
If there were an award for attendance at the annual Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) convention, then my friend Josh O’Brien would no doubt be a finalist for the recognition.
Headquarters of the Oklahoma Center for Respiratory and Infectious Diseases (OCRID) is a humble office deep in the heart of McElroy Hall on the Oklahoma State University campus.
Brews & Views University of Oklahoma Team Leader: Kevin Dunham; Team Members: Nik Patel, Dillon Schooley, and Betsy Slagle Faculty Advisor: Doug Woodward ListenUp! University of Oklahoma Team Leader: Matthew Cassady; Team Members: Bradley Ammerman, Kim Moldenhauer, and Morgan Roberts Faculty Advisor: Lowell Busenitz Magnetic Solutions Inc. Northern Oklahoma College Team Leader: Gregory Cusick; Team Members: Edgar Delgadillo and Brenna LaneRead more
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.
Just when she lined up potential opportunities with three Florida biotech companies, Carol Curtis’ husband was transferred to Oklahoma City. Call it serendipity.
College students can earn $6,000 for 10-week fellowship Contact: Darcy Wilborn, Director i2E Fellow Program, (405) 813-2424 or email dwilborn@i2E.org For the seventh consecutive year, i2E, Inc., is offering 10-week paid fellowships this summer for Oklahoma college students at entrepreneurial companies in the Oklahoma City and Tulsa areas. The i2E Fellows program is open toRead more