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."
Fort Worth’s AyuVis Is One Step Closer to Protecting Pre-Term Babies from a Leading Cause of Death
by | Mar 31, 2022
Fort Worth-based AyuVis just received its second patent in three months for its immunotherapy treatments that protect pre-term babies from a debilitating chronic lung disease that affects many pre-term infants on ventilators.

The startup's lead drug candidate—AVR-48—is scheduled for clinical trials this summer.
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Dallas’ Shavelogic Hones Its Edge With $100 Million in New Growth Capital
by | Sep 17, 2021
The cutting-edge razor brand introduced a new shaving system last year, after a decade-plus of R&D, more than 150 global patents, and legal battles with Gillette. Now Shavelogic plans to expand innovation and market reach to upgrade the shave.
Dallas’ BaCo Tech Patents Its Transaction-Based Workflow for CPA Firms
BaCo Tech gathers and manages all clients of a firm’s accounting records in a single location. As a 'conversion tool,' the technology takes an industry’s reactive workflow and turns it into a proactive workflow—offering more opportunities for advisory services. 

TWU Biology Team Granted a Patent for Anti-Cancer Compounds That Could Save Lives

by | Oct 15, 2020
The novel invention from researchers at Texas Woman’s University in Denton could greatly contribute to cancer treatment research. The compounds can prevent the growth of breast, lung, and colon cancer cells.
Impact Ventures: Meet HVACIntel, an IoT Platform That Helps Contractors Manage HVAC Installations
by | Jul 21, 2020
HVACIntel hopes to disrupt the legacy industry with its patented IoT platform that monitors HVAC systems, proactively detects operational issues, and prevents failures.
R&D: SMU Gets $5M From Templetons for Engineering Research, UTA Patents ‘Smart Cushion’
by | Sep 21, 2018
Also, you'll learn about an award-winning UNT professor and what his next study will entail. Here are some of the research projects underway in North Texas that could make lives better.
Dallas Law Firm, Raytheon Share History with USPTO Patent No. 10 Million
by | Jun 22, 2018
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office grants a milestone patent for a device that improves laser detection and ranging.

Need a Power Boost? Dallas Startup to Install Charging Stations for Smart Devices

by | Feb 8, 2018
Juice-BX is part of the first batch of startups to be bred out of a partnership between West Coast-based Invention Science Fund Incubator and Utah-based Technetium.
Discovery: How a Magnetic Field Can Help Pesky Infections, Cream Treating Persistent Pain & UTA Prof Gets His First Patent
by | Dec 22, 2017
Researchers all across North Texas are making discoveries and advances in their work. Here are some of their stories.
Dallas Startup Pryzm Gets Patent on Digital Lens Technology
by | Nov 20, 2017
The patent covers an assembly that attaches to an image-capturing device such as a cellphone and allows for enhanced imaging.
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Plano Startup Gets Patent on Hail Intensity Data System
by | Nov 14, 2017
Dynamic Weather Solutions says its invention will offer insurance companies and others with access to previously unavailable hail intensity data.

Kibo’s New Omnichannel Software Enables Manufacturers to Sell Direct

by | Sep 26, 2017
The omnichannel commerce platform obtained a new patent for software that collects inventory data from retailers and provides it to manufacturers.
Out of Injury, Invention: New Joint-Friendly Gravocore Nears Market
by | Aug 7, 2017
A Dallas inventor used his experience from an injury to help him develop a joint-friendly exercise product.
With Telemed Law in Effect, Plano Firm Launches 3-D Telepresence Doctor Visits
by | Jul 18, 2017
TelePresence Tech takes the online video call concept another step, melding more than a dozen American and European patents to tap into the workings of the mind.
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Toyota Gets License to Use
Microsoft Connected Car Tech
by | Mar 24, 2017
The deal marks the most extensive intellectual property agreement Microsoft has made with an automaker.