Posts Tagged ‘Three things’

Old Dallas High School Getting New Life

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Once destined for the wrecking ball, the old Dallas High School has become a hotspot for architects and coworking.

Developer Matthews Southwest is renovating the 107-year-old building on Pearl and Bryan streets into a LEED certified building. The company

Toyota Steps Up Its Robotics With New Leg Brace

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Toyota wants to help people with partial paralysis walk again using robotic leg braces. The Japanese automaker unveiled the Welwalk WW-1000 Wednesday in Tokyo, Tech Times reported.

The automaker, which will open its North American headquarters in Plano this month, …

Photomadic Launches Digital Photo Booth For Brand Marketing

Posted by Jana J. Pruet

Dallas-based tech startup Photomadic recently launched its latest product, Wave, a high-tech digital photo booth for retail stores that connects in-store shoppers with a brand’s content marketing.

“Consumers are smart, and they can immediately tell when a brand isn’t being …

UNT Researcher Studies Pollution, Cardiovascular Disease Link

Posted by Nealie Sanchez

Amie Lund, a University of North Texas assistant professor of Biological Sciences, is researching the possible connection between air pollution and deaths due to cardiovascular disease and stroke, according to a UNT news release.

Annually, about 3 million deaths …

UTA Student Wins Award in Bullet Train Design Competition

Posted by Rachel Hawkins

Julia Green, a graduate student at the University of Texas at Arlington has been recognized in a statewide competition with her station design for the proposed Dallas-to-Houston bullet train system.  

“The winners of this competition displayed truly innovative ideas,

Southwest Airlines Accepting Grant Applications

Posted by Nealie Sanchez

Southwest Airlines is accepting applications for its Heart of the Community grants until Dec. 5 to strengthen communities and stimulate local economies through placemaking, according to a Southwest Airlines news release.

Dallas-based Southwest and partner, Project for Public Spaces

Wobble Chairs are Bouncing into Dallas ISD Classrooms

Posted by Rachel Hawkins

Traditional desk chairs are out in some Dallas ISD classrooms, making way for flexible seating options such as Wobble chairs, stability balls, or pillows on the floor, according to The Dallas Morning News

Flexible seating allows students to …

3 Things That Will Change Innovation at Your Company Forever

Posted by Yoram Solomon

I recently delivered my “un-kill innovation” executive workshop to the leadership team of a Fortune 500 technology company in Florida. It was a great experience all around, but at the end, I was asked for the key takeaways and I …