Here is the latest innovation news from Xconomy Texas:
—Houston-based FlexGen Power Systems announced Monday it has raised a $25.5 million Series A round of financing to further market and install... Read more »
Nuve started out trying to solve a simple, yet important, problem for one of the world’s largest energy producers.
The Austin, TX-based startup was working with Pemex to prevent fuel theft,... Read more »
Being an entrepreneur is a tough business. Then, tack on an added level of difficulty if that entrepreneur is foreign-born and seeking to enter the U.S. market.
Angelos Angelou, a longtime... Read more »
We at Xconomy Texas have some sad news to share.
Rathindra Bose, the vice chancellor and vice president for research and technology at the University of Houston, died July 10 after... Read more »
The Texas Medical Center is now seeking applicants for a new fellowship that could boost entrepreneurship in digital health and medical devices.
The TMC Biodesign Fellowship is taking applications until August... Read more »
Nanoracks, a private Houston-area space company, has formed a new partnership with Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin to help scientific researchers work in suborbital space.
NanoRacks CEO Jeffrey Manber passed the information... Read more »
To illustrate the promise—and potential loss—of biotech in North Texas, JJ Spegele likes to share a conversation he had with a PhD candidate finishing his studies at a Dallas-area institution.
“He... Read more »
The dog days of Texas summer are here, with temperatures hitting 100 degrees. So stay inside and catch up on the latest innovation news:
—SailPoint, an Austin-TX-based maker of identity management... Read more »
Steve Altemus wants to bring the rigor of manned spaceflight to energy and healthcare, as well as the private space industry.
As one example, the company he founded to do that,... Read more »
As many as a third of American men and women suffer from incontinence, and Austin, TX-based Consortia Health wants to bring stateside a method used by patients around the world.
Consortia,... Read more »
Neos Therapeutics, a Dallas-area biotech company, has filed to go public.
The company plans to raise about $60 million by offering four million shares at a price range of $14 to... Read more »
Dallas has a new startup accelerator—this one to boost innovation in real estate.
“If you look at the last few years of tech development and adoption, a lot of it is... Read more »
Dallas’s Green Park & Golf Ventures has invested $850,000 in a Swedish medtech firm, which will now open its U.S. headquarters in the North Texas city.
Dignitana has developed a scalp-cooling... Read more »
Now, this might make Austin, TX, traffic more bearable.
Google said Tuesday that it has been testing its self-driving car in the Texas state capital in recent weeks, the first spins... Read more »
The end of the 4th of July long weekend means we can start the third quarter in earnest. Let’s kick things off with the latest innovation news from Xconomy Texas:
—Accelerate... Read more »
The family vacation has gone digital.
KeepTrax, a Dallas-based mobile app, is an online travel diary, aiming to make sense of all the various photos and check-ins we post online.
Founder... Read more »
Dallas’s RevTech accelerator—formerly known as VentureSpur—has announced the startups that will make up its first class as a retail- and restaurant-focused program.
The five startups are working on innovations related to... Read more »
RideScout, an Austin, TX-based transportation app, announced Tuesday that it has acquired GlobeSherpa, a ticketing app based in Portland, OR.
GlobeSherpa operates a mobile book-and-pay service in three U.S. cities: Portland,... Read more »
Here is the latest innovation news in Texas:
—Officials with South By Southwest were in Houston recently drumming up support for the upcoming V2V event in Las Vegas next month, as... Read more »
The Texas Medical Center has said that its accelerator TMCx aims to boost fledgling healthcare startups. On Tuesday, the young inventors getting a boost were aged eight and nine.
About 100... Read more »