It’s been a big year so far for North Texas, especially when it comes to innovation.
As we wrapped up October, we decided to reflect on the stories behind the people and places that had been grabbing our readers’ attention. From women in STEM (IF/THEN Summit), to cool streets (Deep Ellum), to innovative spaces (UNT’s College of Visual Arts and Design), our most popular stories certainly highlighted what’s new and next in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Here’s a roundup of our top 10 most-read stories on dallasinnovates.com for the month of October.
The nonprofit’s accelerator is intended to boost minority- and women-run startups in the tech sector. The deadline for startups to apply is Nov. 22, with the program set to kick off in March.
The investment—the largest ever awarded to the TREC fund—will go toward catalytic development and projects, as well as access to resources in the Forest District, The Bottom, and a West Dallas Census Tract.
Coming to Dallas next week, the IF/THEN Summit will bring in “STEM Rock Stars” who have been selected as American Association for the Advancement of Science IF/THEN Ambassadors. Meet the ten from North Texas.
STEM is cool, our experts agree. And it’s important. The challenge is translating that to students. Part Two of our series explores the state of STEM, STEAM, and STREAM education in Dallas-Fort Worth and the actions we need to take.
Deep Ellum’s ‘gritty, authentic feel’ lures everyone from small retailers to giant tech firms like Uber.
The University of North Texas’ College of Visual Arts and Design—one of the best arts schools in the country—recently opened its new 238,000-square-foot, $70 million facility.
The new Google Cloud Artificial Intelligence lab—the only one in North America—is Atos’ ‘fourth and final’ lab in its global network. It joins AI labs in London, Paris, and Munich.
In this three-part series, experts talk about the state of STEM, STEAM, and STREAM education in Dallas-Fort Worth—and what it means to our future workforce. In Part One, these leaders tackle how to define STEM and also identify opportunities to come together to fuel the talent pipeline.
In addition to adding 1.5 acres of green space, the expansion will include a three-story, enclosed special events pavilion.
At the summit, AAAS IF/THEN Ambassadors participated in a full-body scan. Each scan will be produced into a life-size 3D-printed statue to be displayed together in a monumental exhibit—the most statues of women ever in a single place.
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