Several teams have advanced in this year’s Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup collegiate business plan competition.
Oklahoma college students are invited to apply for a paid, 10-week fellowship this summer at a small business in the OKC or Tulsa area.
Sensulin, LLC, a diabetes-focused biopharmaceutical company, received the 2013 Michael E. DeBakey Life Science Award at the recent Texas Life Science Venture Forum.
Goldfire Studios is Oklahoma City’s only video gaming developer, and has created a casino game that includes role playing features.
Buzzam started with a daydream that software developer Josh Wright had of a TV channel that only played movies from his personal DVD collection.
The nonprofit i2E Inc. has approved Oklahoma City-based EpimedX LLC for $200,000 in matching financing through its Concept Fund program.
Oklahoma angel investors find promising deals and contribute to success of new businesses across the state.
Oklahoma has the cornerstones of an innovation economy, but we’re missing a long-range plan to focus our efforts on growing it.
New i2E President and CEO Scott Meacham discussed his transition to the role in a Business Q&A with The Oklahoman newspaper.
Local biotech startup EpimedX believes a drug known as Edx-17 could help treat annually more than 90,000 patients with sickle cell disease in the U.S.
Former Oklahoma Treasurer Scott Meacham has been named fourth president and CEO of i2E Inc., succeeding Tom Walker.