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Every Last Word: Quotes About All Things North Texas

Read “who said what” in our roundup of quotes about all things North Texas, including Arlington Mayor Jim Ross; Tri Global Energy's John Billingsley; SMU's John Howard, Ph.D.; LTK's Amber Venz Box; UT Arlington's Allison Sullivan; IDP's Brandon Buschold; Sentiero Ventures' David Evans; Mansfield EDC's Jason Moore; Siemens' Cedrik Neike; and more.
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Calendar: Not-to-Miss Events for Innovators in Dallas-Fort Worth
North Texas has plenty to see, hear, and watch. Here are our editors' picks.

Plus, you'll find our selections to "save the date."
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ICYMI: What’s New and Next in Dallas-Fort Worth Innovation Today
Eden Green Opens First Phase of $47 Million Vertical Farm; Comerica Bank Women's Business Symposium Returns to North Texas on October 27; Dallas' HN Capital Partners Acquires Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek; and more news from North Texas. Plus, the Top 10 stories on Dallas Innovates this week.
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UT Southwestern Is Selected as One of 12 NIH Obesity Research Centers
by | Sep 28, 2022
Over 150 scientists across dozens of departments will be part of the elite National Institutes of Health-funded, university-wide interdisciplinary research center. Dallas' UT Southwestern Medical Center is the only institution in Texas to be selected for the NIH initiative.

UTSW wants to translate scientific discoveries into new therapeutic strategies for the prevention and treatment of obesity, which it describes as a chronic disease affecting more than 40% of the U.S. population, with medical costs nearing $175 billion.
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Opportunities for North Texas Innovators

You'll find deadlines coming up for Dallas Innovates and DCEO Innovation Awards, StartHER grants, the Webby Awards; and many more opportunities.

NEW!: Opportunities for women- and minority-owned businesses, Texas-based tech startups, and more.
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Dr. Venu Varanasi, pictured in his lab,an associate professor and lab director at UT Arlington, won the pitch competition.
UT Arlington Researcher Takes Home Pitch Competition Prize for Bone Regeneration Work
by | Sep 26, 2022
After a rigorous process, the top six applications to the Tech Transfer Office Showcase at BioNTX's iC3 life science summit were invited to pitch live at BioNTX's life science summit. Industry experts rated, graded, and discussed the technologies prior to the pitches "We want to cultivate technologies that are coming out of the university ecosystem here—and we want them to stay here," said Chad Ronholdt, managing director at NVB Ventures.
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HeartSciences Pumps Life into Assessing Diastolic Dysfunction with New AI Patent
by | Sep 22, 2022
Southlake-based HeartSciences, which closed on a $6.375M IPO in June, applies AI-based technology to an ECG to detect cardiac dysfunction—one of the earliest signs of heart disease. The company says this can't be diagnosed by current conventional ECGs, making its MyoVista Wavelet ECG device a potential game changer. CEO Andrew Simpson says adding this diagnostic information to an ECG "addresses a significant unmet need in the market with an estimated 100 million-plus ECG tests performed annually in the U.S.A. alone."
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Dallas Invents: 113 Patents Granted for Week of September 6
by | Sep 20, 2022
Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 11 for patents out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: Bank of America's wearable device for operational compliance, Bridge To Life's organ preservation system with automatic priming and air removal, NTT Data's bot-on-bot optimization, Siemens Logistics' automatic unloading of parcels, SpeedChain's systemized blockchain reconciliation in a hybrid distributed network ecosystem, TD Ameritrade's string processing of clickstream data, Verizon's managing unmanned aerial vehicle flight data, Visual Shot Recognition Gaming's live fire gaming system, and more.
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