Patrick Kobler

Dr. Bobby Lyle and Dr. Duncan MacFarlane, SMU's first Bobby B. Lyle Centennial Chair in Engineering Entrepreneurship. Photo by Hillsman S. Jackson/SMU.

SMU Announces New Chair in Engineering Entrepreneurship

by | Feb 3, 2016
The announcement is a spark that will light many young entrepreneurs’ dreams for inventing, creating, and starting businesses.
The ReKall Team.
In Case of Emergency
by | Feb 2, 2016
While dealing with a crisis, a group of entrepreneurs sought a way to make the process of sharing information easier. They came up with the perfect solution: ReKall.
The large Hadron Collider tunnel at CERN, which is the largest and most powerful particle accelerator in the world.
How North Texas Helped Discover the God Particle
by | Jan 27, 2016
The God Particle, which is crucial to our understanding of the universe, was discovered in part by researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington.
Vicente Lopez, Mayel Valadez, Keni Ramirez
Uplift Education Uses Data To Go Beyond the Tests
by | Jan 25, 2016
Taking cues from the healthcare industry, the leadership at the charter school developed a way to meaningfully use student, teacher, and parent data.
Willie Wu

CES 2016 Roundup: Dallas-Fort Worth Companies Showcase Innovations

by | Jan 18, 2016
Dallas-Fort Worth’s growing hub of innovation was well represented at CES 2016, the world’s largest consumer electronics show.
Journeys to Exit: Calvin Carter Brings Bottle Rocket to Apple’s New Moon
by | Jan 12, 2016
In meetings and interviews with Dallas startup community, a common theme has emerged: the desire for more coverage around startups and growth stage companies that have landed “big exits”—sales, mergers, and acquisitions. We’ve answered that call and will be telling the stories of the DFW entrepreneurs and companies who’ve gone from idea to exit, and share their ideas on what it takes to be successful in this new series, Journeys to Exit.
Giving Back: A Fashionable Cause in DFW’s Startup Scene
by | Jan 11, 2016
New and emerging fashion and lifestyle companies get plugged in to giving back.
TxACE at UT Dallas is Creating a Pathway for New Breath Analysis Technology
by | Jan 5, 2016
Researchers at the Texas Analog Center of Excellence (TxACE) are working to make blood tests a thing of the past, as they seek to replace painful pin pricks with easy and affordable breath analysis through a technology referred to as the programmable electronic nose.

Startup: State of Innovation in Dallas-Fort Worth

by | Dec 15, 2015
When it comes to startups and small business, Dallas Fort-Worth is ripe for a renaissance.
Photo courtesy of University of North Texas
Education: State of Innovation in Dallas-Fort Worth
by | Dec 15, 2015
Dallas Fort-Worth has committed to approaching its educational landscape with a focus on the 21st century.