Posts Tagged ‘water’

Discovery: Findings Could Boost PTSD Treatment, Here’s Why You’re Thirsty After Drinking Alcohol

Posted by Lance Murray

Dr. Michael Motes (left) and Dr. John Hart Jr., along with other researchers at UT Dallas, discovered that repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation boosted the effectiveness of cognitive processing therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder. [Photo courtesy of UT Dallas]


TX-PACE Funds Help Butler Brothers Building’s Energy Efficiency

Posted by Amy Wolff Sorter

In 1911, the 510,000-square-foot Butler Brothers Building in downtown Dallas opened as a warehouse for wholesalers George and Edward Butler.

More than a century year later, Alterra International Holdings in 2012 acquired the decrepit, vacant building at 500 S. Ervay, …

Lockheed Martin Energy Gets Federal Contract

Posted by Lance Murray

Grand Prairie-based Lockheed Martin Energy has been tapped by the U.S. Department of Energy to improve energy and water efficiency at federal facilities around the country.

Lockheed Martin

Under the contract, Lockheed Martin Energy is one of 21 companies that will implement

Capstone Makes Smart Water Meters Even Smarter

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Capstone Metering plans to make its smart water meters even smarter this year while also targeting new cities for installation.

The Plano-based company developed a cloud-based water meter that uses a cellular network to read usage and automate the billing …

SunToWater Takes Air’s Moisture, Makes Drinking Water

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Residential water generators could become as commonplace as solar panels for the homes of the future, according to Benjamin Blumenthal, co-founder and CEO of SunToWater Technologies.

The Carrollton-based company has developed a device that harnesses moisture in the air and …

Dallas’ Fight for Flint

Posted by Damian Skinner

It’s not every day that coders, engineers, and startup founders spend their weekend tackling a nationally recognized tragedy. Much less invest their resources into a project that is 1,205 miles away. But that is exactly what Startup Weekend Dallas is …