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Fort Worth’s Neuro Rehab VR Is Changing the Game in Virtual Reality To Improve Physical Therapy Recovery
Dallas Innovates: Neuro Rehab VR’s new XR Therapy, a portable system that’s clinically validated and FDA registered, is being lauded
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Four Black-owned DFW startups land funding from Google
NTX Inno: After being accepted into the inaugural Google for Startups Accelerator for Black Founders, four local companies have landed funding from
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On the rise: Meet NTX Inno’s 2020 25 Under 25
NTX Inno: For young entrepreneurs, the challenges of building a startup or creating new technology include the long hours of
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How This Mother Elevates The Islamic Gifts And Décor Scene After Leaving Corporate America
Forbes: Originally from a small town in Bangladesh, Lail Hossain moved to the U.S. as a foreign student after high
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SURVIVR awarded SBIR Phase III contract to provide Virtual Reality training to US Air Force
Auganix:  SURVIVR, a provider of virtual reality (VR) training solutions for police and security forces, has recently been awarded a
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UT Dallas biotech startup pursuing non-opioid pain therapy sells to California firm for $52.5 million
Dallas Morning News: University of Texas at Dallas biotech startup CerSci Therapeutics has been bought by a San Diego pharmaceutical
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MassChallenge Texas: How Dallas’ Hashing Systems Could Create a (Decentralized) Financial Infrastructure for the Future
Dallas Innovates: Dallas-based Hashing Systems is on a mission to create the financial infrastructure of the future. The startup builds
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NTX Inno’s 2020 Inno on Fire
NTX Inno: Covering North Texas’ tech scene everyday gives us a unique view into the ecosystem, including stealthy startups and
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UTD Venture Development Center-Based Healthcare Startup Relocates HQ to McKinney
Dallas Innovates: A grant from the McKinney Economic Development Corporation’s Innovation Fund will fuel the expansion of Invene, a growing
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15 Dallas Biotech Companies Turning the Lone Star State into a Life Sciences Leader
Built In: Each of the state’s top tech hubs — Austin, Houston and Dallas — has cultivated its own unique tech culture, leading to
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Technology Helps Train Police Officers
The Wall Street Journal: In recent weeks, protests have erupted in response to police violence against citizens – specifically communities
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Austin-based, kid-friendly streaming service Tankee sees success in pandemic as families spend more time at home
Austonia: Camps are allowed to operate, but not all of them will; pools are up and running, but reservations and masks are required; and
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