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ICYMI: What’s New and Next in Dallas-Fort Worth Innovation

by | May 12, 2021
Dallas chorale group Verdigris Ensemble sold its programmable music NFT for $375,000; SMU Cox MBA programs have a STEM designation; Dallas is No. 3 in the nation for IT job posting; Smoothie King has a deal with the Dallas Cowboys; Axxess CARE is expanding nationwide; and more.

Plus, you’ll find our top 10 most popular stories.
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Calendar: Not-to-Miss Events for Innovators in Dallas-Fort Worth
by | May 10, 2021
There are plenty of things to do with your physically distanced time. Here are a few from our curated selection.
THE LAST WORD on Dallas Innovates. Find "who said what" in our collection of quotes on Dallas-Fort Worth Innovation.
EVERY LAST WORD: ‘We Like to Have Multiple Ways to Win’
by | May 10, 2021
Gore Range Capital's Ethan Rigel has the last word on managing risk in early-stage investing.

Here's more of "who said what" in North Texas.
The DEC Sets Dallas Startup Week 2021: Get Ready for 19 Tracks, 3 Summits, and Startup Alley
by | May 7, 2021
The hybrid event in August will take place in person at SMU and virtually. The seventh annual Dallas Startup Week powered by Capital One is Dallas-Fort Worth's largest event focused on driving entrepreneurial success, economic impact, and innovation in the region.

Meet the Innovator: How UNT Researchers Adapted Bioterrorism Tech to Fight COVID-19

by | Apr 19, 2021
To facilitate COVID-19 vaccinations, organizations such as the Texas Department of State Health Services and Los Angeles and Orange Counties in California, are using UNT's emergency planning tech. We spoke with the leader behind the tech, Marty O'Neill, about its origins and how the tech was pivoted on such short notice.
SMU Researchers Create a Patent-Pending System To Speed Up the Drug Discovery Process By Months
by | Apr 15, 2021
It can take up to 15 years for a new drug to be available for the public to use. Through SMU's patent-pending ChemGen, researchers believe chemists may be able to "increase their productivity from working on as few as six problems a year to as many as 60."
Your Two Cents: The Dallas Mayor’s Task Force on Innovation and Entrepreneurship Wants Your Feedback
by | Apr 13, 2021
What should the city be doing to attract, retain, and support startups? Share your recommendations and ideas.

But hurry, the Startup Information Survey will close by the end of the week.
UNT Masters Programs Top New Ranking of 2022 Best Graduate Schools
by | Apr 8, 2021
The University of North Texas' homeland security and emergency management program and health librarianship program placed in the top ten on U.S. News & World Report's rankings.

UNT is a pioneer in emergency management education, launching the country's first bachelor’s degree program in 1983. Today, there's never been a greater need for educated disaster professionals, the university says.