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

Dallas Regional Chamber named National Chamber of the Year; Better Balance brings vegan snacks to Frisco RoughRiders' ballpark; new NIL group will help SMU athletes get paid for appearances; Mavericks donate a new tech center to Ring of Hope Boxing Club; and more news from North Texas.

 Also, the Top 10 stories on Dallas Innovates this week.
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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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Opportunities for North Texas Innovators
Check out this curated selection of contests, nominations, pitches, and grants. Our roundup of programs is for entrepreneurs, corporates, creatives, inventors, educators, and impact innovators in North Texas.

You'll find deadlines coming up for the AccelerateHER Incubator Program; Future of Data Challenge; Lone Star Film Festival; Better Cities for Pets Grants, Tarrant County Small Business Workforce Grants; Women in Toys, Licensing & Entertainment Empowerment Day; and many more opportunities.
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The Last Word: Wired’s Steven Levy on How Tech Is Changing Us, and Why There’s No Stopping Innovation
Levy has been writing about technology for more than 30 years. A founding writer at Wired, he's widely considered to be the premier tech journalist in the U.S. He’s covered the digital revolution since the early 1980s, reporting every major trend and profiling its key figures. Today, as a keynote speaker on the closing day of Dallas Startup Week, he took stock of how we got here—and what's next. 
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Dallas Invents: 127 Patents Granted for Week of July 19

by | Aug 10, 2022
Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 11 for patent activity out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: State Farm's Autonomous Vehicle Insurance Based Upon Usage, Oracle's Detection Of Malware In Documents, Amazon's Flexible Container Chutes For Sortation Systems, Samsung's Mesh Compression, Polte's Network Architecture And Methods For Location Services, and more.
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Dallas Philanthropist Lyda Hill Is One of Five Winners of the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy
by | Aug 4, 2022
Dallas' Lyda Hill has been named one of five recipients of the 2022 Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy. She shares the philanthropic spotlight with four other "forces for positive change," including country music legend Dolly Parton.

An early donor of the research that led to the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, Hill believes that "science is the answer"—and has chosen to donate the entirety of her estate to philanthropy and scientific research. 
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Dallas Invents: 144 Patents Granted for Week of July 12
by | Aug 3, 2022
Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 9 for patents out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: AIM Designs' locker with reclining seat and roll-up door, Parkhub's system for monitoring arrival of a vehicle at a given location and associated methods, Rettrobands' flat tire safety insert, Strong Products Group's connector for raceway, Toyota's visualizing and modeling thermomechanical stress using photoluminescence, Linear Labs' brushed electric motor/generator, Boot Royalty's comfort system for boots, Caterpillar's drill head position determination system, and more.
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DI People: Kimberly-Clark, Sabre, Charles Schwab, and More Make Moves
by | Jul 29, 2022
In this week’s roundup of hires, promotions, and accolades in North Texas, you’ll also find news from DHD Films, Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty, M2G Ventures, UT Dallas, the Dallas Museum of Art, MOOYAH, Successive Technologies, CG Infinity, and more.
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