Nominate Now: BioNTX Dennis K. Stone Award Recognizes Positive Impact in North Texas Biotech and Life Science Research

by | Sep 14, 2021
Deadline for nominations is Friday, September 17. The 2021 award, sponsored by BioLabs at Pegasus Park, will be presented on September 30 at the iC3 Life Science Summit. The impact that Dr. Dennis K. Stone left on the DFW biotech industry is, without doubt, immeasurable, says BioNTX. Past recipients of the award that honors his memory are Phil Ralston, Lyda Hill, Darlene Boudreaux, Paul Dorman, and Hubert Zajicek.
BionorthTX Names Pharma Entrepreneur, Investor, and Philanthropist as Stone Award Recipient
by | Sep 9, 2019
Among the contributions of recipient Paul Dorman, the chairman and CEO of DFB Pharmaceuticals, is paying for the first-year tuition of the entire inaugural class of M.D. students at the TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine in Fort Worth.
DI People: Jacobs, Transplace, projekt202, BioNorthTX Announce Leadership Moves
by | May 7, 2019
You’ll also find news from Cushman & Wakefield, Masergy, Dave & Buster’s, FTI Consulting, Dixon Hughes Goodman, and the Dallas Museum of Art in this roundup of executive and leadership moves by companies and organizations in North Texas.
First-Of-Its-Kind Event Aims to Connect The North Texas Life Science Community
by | Apr 23, 2019
Don't miss the North Texas Life Science Career Symposium taking place tonight at the Community Beer Company in Dallas.
At the Fourth Annual iC3 Life Science Summit at UT Arlington on Oct. 10, 2017 recipient Lyda Hill will present the award. To register for the summit, visit [Illustration: bestbrk/istockphoto]

BionorthTX to Award Darlene Boudreaux With 2018 Dennis K. Stone Award

by | Sep 27, 2018
2017 recipient Lyda Hill will present the award at the fourth annual iC3 Life Science Summit at UT Arlington on Oct. 10.
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Nonprofit Collaborative Working to Nurture DFW Biosciences Industry
by | Aug 21, 2018
The Medical Innovation Collaborative is connecting scaling bioscience companies to university researchers, funding, lab space, and corporations.
Clockwise, from upper left: Digital Fight Club 2018 (Pictured are round 5 "fighters" Thierry Hubert, CEO of Darwin Ecosystem and Skip Howard, CEO of Spacee), Founders Live, Codelaunch Startup Expo, and Polsinelli & Roberts Foster's IP discussion.
On Tap: Founders Live, CodeLaunch Startup Expo & Digital Fight Club
by | Jul 26, 2018
Browse our curated selection of events to plan your next week — and beyond.
On Tap: Social Innovation Lunch, WeWork Open House, Women’s Leadership Events & Innovation in Talent Attraction
Browse our curated selection of events to plan your next week — and beyond.

On Tap: BionorthTX Event, Cocktails + Conversation & Foodies for Philanthropy

Browse our curated selection of events to plan your next week — and beyond.
Future of Health Care: Life Science Leaders Outline What Lies Ahead for Industry at iC3 Summit
by | Oct 13, 2017
From the future of Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas grants to patient records innovation, leaders discussed issues facing the industry.
iC3 2017 BionorthTX summit: Clockwise, from left: Eric Olson, Tony Johnson, Ignacio Nunez, Frank Rosinia, Jon Weidanz, Kevin Nelson.
iC3 Summit: Life Science Leaders Talk Product Placement, Entrepreneurship & More
by | Oct 13, 2017
BionorthTX's annual summit brought industry leaders together to discuss the future of health care and impact of new technology.
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Exos’ Reusable Rockets Could Mean New Frontier for Biomedical Research
by | Aug 21, 2017
Pending FAA approval, the Caddo Mills company could send the first SARGE rocket into space by the fourth quarter.
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Biotechnology Experts Converge at 2nd Annual IC3 Life Science Summit

by | Oct 27, 2016
Advances in technology are revolutionizing healthcare, changing the entire business model for how doctors treat patients.
BionorthTX Welcomes New President, Board Members
by | Oct 4, 2016
The life science industry association has more than 70 North Texas companies and 20 individuals or job seekers within its membership.