College Station, TX—Texas A&M University and Houston’s Methodist Hospital want to bring engineering into medical education.
Starting next fall, A&M will admit 50 engineering students to be part of its medical class—out of a class of 200—in a program designed... Read more »
During a summer that’s been marred by political upheaval and horrific violence inside and outside the U.S., it’s natural for startup entrepreneurs and others immersed in the technology world—including us journalists—to wonder about the role of innovation in solving social problems.... Read more »
San Antonio — StemBioSys has inked its second distribution deal in as many months, announcing plans today to bring its stem cell production products to South Korea in the coming weeks.
Korean life science equipment distributor SeouLin Bioscience Co. will begin... Read more »
During this, the first year when virtual reality headsets are widely available, games are the lure commonly spurring consumers to try VR. And that’s spreading beyond digital games. Early next month, some headset owners will be able to watch finals matches... Read more »
Dallas—Flux Farms likens the company’s technology to the brain of a smart farm.
Eddy, the name of Flux Farms’ software technology, is made up of a robotic sensor as well as artificial intelligence that can monitor the water and nutrient... Read more »
3Scan, a San Francisco company that uses knife-shaped diamonds to cut, scan, and analyze biological tissue, has raised a $14 million round of funding from Lux Capital and Data Collective.
The company plans to use the cash for expanding its... Read more »
San Antonio—If you build it, will they buy your application programming interface?
Increasingly, it seems so.
With tech companies such as Uber and Lyft or Facebook and Instagram aiming to provide faster services to more people, a subset of companies... Read more »
Dallas—Robots have become a regular feature of combat, used by soldiers in Afghanistan and Iraq. But Dallas police’s use of such a device early Friday morning may be the first time law enforcement has deployed a robot to detonate a... Read more »
Austin—Imaging startup Stellarray is looking to the next frontier for its imaging technology.
The Austin, TX company has begun a project with NASA to develop a next-generation imaging system that can produce both traditional two-dimensional X-rays as well as 3-D,... Read more »