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May 3, 2022 Contact: Sarah Seagraves, Senior VP for Marketing (405) 813-2403 or email sseagraves@i2E.org Teams led by student innovators from Oklahoma State University, the University of Tulsa and East Central University claimed first place awards in the recent statewide Love’s Entrepreneur’s Cup business plan competition. Team Titan Charts from Oklahoma State University won firstRead more
Paldara Pharmaceuticals founders on a mission to make the world a better place through health care innovation By Scott Meacham For the eighteenth consecutive year, Oklahoma’s statewide collegiate business plan competition is under way. The Love’s Entrepreneur’s Cup, underwritten by Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores, has become an important underpinning of the entrepreneurial ecosystemRead more
Contact: Sarah Seagraves, Senior VP for Marketing (405) 813-2403 sseagraves@i2E.org April 23, 2021 OKLAHOMA CITY – Student innovators from across Oklahoma pitched concepts in the 2021 Love’s Entrepreneur’s Cup that ranged from high tech futuristic solutions to answers for real world problems that are here and now. Teams from Oklahoma State University, the University ofRead more
By Kevan Goff-Parker Copyright © 2019, The Oklahoman PHILADELPHIA — Three Oklahoma State University researchers this week have been connecting face-to-face with some of the world’s top bioscience companies during the 2019 BIO International Convention in Philadelphia. As part of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber’s branded Oklahoma Bioscience Association (OKBio) delegation, the three OSU-based delegatesRead more
Contact: Sarah Seagraves, Senior VP for Marketing (405) 813-2403 sseagraves@i2E.org April 22, 2019 OKLAHOMA CITY — Student entrepreneurs from Oklahoma State University claimed first place in both High Growth divisions of the recent Love’s Entrepreneur’s Cup competition that included almost 40 teams from campuses across the state. The winning teams were revealed in the Love’sRead more
By Scott Meacham Copyright © 2019, The Oklahoman Regardless of the state you live in or where your children go to school, STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills are the key to career opportunities today and will be exponentially more important over the next five years. In Oklahoma, as in every other state, weRead more
By Jim Stafford Copyright © 2018, The Oklahoma Publishing Co. TULSA — Suppose that you are a resident of the rural community of Ottawa in far northeastern Oklahoma. You are a diabetic. During a visit to a primary care physician at the local rural health care clinic, the doc gathers your demographic information and collectsRead more
By Kathryn McNutt Copyright © 2018, The Oklahoma Publishing Co. The recovery plan for the ailing Oklahoma Health Department includes a strong dose of good business practices. Failure to operate the agency as a sustainable business led to a financial crisis that was revealed last fall and required an emergency infusion of $30 million. TheRead more
If you are in a decision-making position in an Oklahoma company, is there any reason you wouldn’t want to consider doing business with a startup? You might think that there’s too much risk with a startup. Personally, I like optimism and passion. I favor businesses that stretch, that run lean, and that focus on cashflow. And I like to be part of helping a new business grow. I bet when you think about it, you do too.
Three OSU teams make Governor’s Cup finals By Ariel West © 2016 – Spears School of Business @ Oklahoma State University The School of Entrepreneurship at Oklahoma State University has three teams in the High Growth division finals of Innovation to Enterprise’s statewide Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup Competition. The OSU finalists are: Haley KurtzRead more
Roll-2-Roll Technologies Adapts Sensing Technology Copyright © 2016 YTC Media STILLWATER, OK — In September 2015, Roll-2-Roll Technologies released the ARIS Web Guiding System. ARIS automatically adapts to any materials, requires no set-up, calibration or other manual adjustment operation, and can now be experienced in line, contrast and center guiding. One sensor can now handle any web guiding. InRead more
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.
R2R Technologies, an Oklahoma State University student-led business, was one of the major winners at the Tri-State Donald. W. Reynolds Cup business plan competition in Las Vegas.
Teams from the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University were named first place winners in both Graduate and Undergraduate divisions of the Donald W. Reynolds Tri-State collegiate business plan competition.