computer science

Dallas Nonprofit Bold Idea Names 2 North Texas Students for Its Inaugural Bold & Bright Awards

by | Jun 7, 2023
The award recognizes outstanding Bold Idea students who received hands-on learning and mentoring from volunteer industry professionals from top Dallas-area tech companies. The award winners showed advanced computer science skills, built creative coding projects, and have big goals. See who won—and why one could make the FBI happy.
Capital Factory Opening Center for Health Innovation at Pegasus Park in Dallas
by | May 5, 2022
The Austin-based accelerator and investor plans to launch its Center for Health Innovation at Pegasus Park in Dallas by end of 2023. Its goal: connecting startups locally and across the state with each other, as well as other corporate and research players in the space.

“We're in the business of erasing boundaries in Texas—full stop,” President and Co-Founder Bryan Chambers told Dallas Innovates.
HackDFW Drew More Than 600 Hackers—and Big Name Employers Hunting Hires
by | Oct 7, 2021
Students and experienced engineers alike hacked solutions to real-world challenges with algorithms, coding scripts, and data in three days of problem-solving. Some of the world’s biggest names in business—Amazon, McKesson, and USAA (to name a few)—were taking note.

Hackathons have became the new career fair for tech talent.
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Discovery: Dallas Stats Show Low Rates of Depression, UTA Researcher Honored
by | Dec 6, 2019
In this weekly roundup of research and development activity in North Texas, you’ll also read about how Caris Life Sciences is offering a new tool to evaluate hereditary cancer risks.

Woman-Founded Rex Programming is Helping Kids Become Digitally Literate

by | Jan 16, 2019
The Dallas-headquartered company helps kids learn coding, robotics, and emerging technology. Currently, Rex is trying to raise funds to improve their learning management system and add more gaming programs.
Code Breakers: UNT Prof, Students Tackle Zodiac Killer’s Code for History Channel Series
by | Nov 30, 2017
UNT computer science professor Ryan Garlick was a member of the code team for the History Channel series.
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Junior League of Dallas Announces Recipients of ‘Innovative Teaching’ Grants
by | Oct 3, 2017
JLD awarded grants totaling $123,307 to 69 Dallas ISD educators this year through its Grants For Innovative Teaching program.
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Dallas EdTech Startup Finds Partnerships are Key for Growth
by | Aug 30, 2017
There has been an evolution in Tech EdVenture's business from consumer-based model to a more B2B focus.
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UNT Computer Science Curriculum Helps Visually Impaired Students Learn

by | Apr 12, 2017
During Computer Science Education Week, the White House noted the UNT program among other inclusive computer science programs around the country.