Associated Material Processing LLC has received a $400,000 investment for the development of a material that removes problem elements from industrial waste streams and drinking water.
The entrepreneurs of East Central University dominated the small business plan category of the 2015 Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup competition with first-, second- and third-place awards.
Dave King sees data the way proto-birds once used downy temperature-regulating panels to glide and fly. When an attribute that developed to serve one function is co-opted to for another, it’s called exaptation
Hospitality software company Monscierge in Oklahoma City has opened the door to two-way communications for the Hyatt Regency Bellevue hotel in the Seattle area through its new Connect CMS system, officials said.
Jeremy Daily, an associate professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Tulsa, has taken the technology he developed at TU that extracts crash data from a vehicle’s engine control module and turned it into a company called Synercon.
The VentureSpur business accelerator has split into two distinct organizations to better serve the entrepreneurial markets in Oklahoma City and Dallas, Managing Director Kraettli Epperson said Thursday.