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Former Haynes and Boone Lawyer Creates Tinder App for Law Students, Sorta
D Magazine: Anjie Vichayanonda was an intellectual property lawyer for five years, most recently as an associate with the trademark
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UT institutions rise to No. 3 in world for most patents granted
UT System: Across the 14 UT institutions, research and development expenditures total $3.1 billion – the second highest among U.S.
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5 UTD, SMU projects win RevTech grants to help keep campuses safe
NTX Inno: After announcing a partnership with SMU and UTD in early April to search for applicants for the RevTech SAFE Schools
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LaunchPad Students and Alumni Tackle the Challenges of Coronavirus
Techstars: If there’s one thing that inspires us, it’s seeing young entrepreneurs taking action after being motivated by some challenge
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RevTech Awards $40,000 in Impact Grants to 8 Dallas-Area Startups and Nonprofits
Dallas Innovates: RevTech expects the grants to deliver more than $1.5 million of community impact. Recipients include Cafe Momentum, COOKED-19,
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Turning Snorkel Masks into PPE in DFW
D Magazine: A medical and manufacturing partnership is modifying full face snorkeling masks to be personal protective equipment, ready to
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PrimeVox Doubles Staff, Moves Into New Frisco Offices, and Boosts Telecom Capabilities During COVID-19
Dallas Innovates: CEO Luke Escude says business is up as companies working remotely during COVID-19 need more voice conferencing options.
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Important Updates
Campus leadership has announced changes to the university schedule and its operations. Below are the programs and facilities operated by
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Autonomous Vehicles: A $4 Trillion Disruption
Inside JSOM: In the not-so-distant future, autonomous vehicles will dominate the roads and drastically reduce traffic accidents, injuries and deaths.
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Meet the Army Vets Making an Impact Through Tea
D Magazine: Brandon Friedman and Terrence “TK” Kamauf run Rakkasan Tea Company out of two rooms lined with exposed brick
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Momo magic: For this Nepalese dumpling pop-up, it’s ‘what’s inside that counts’
Dallas Morning News: The immigrant family behind Momo Shack built a new community for themselves around dumplings.
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For Rakkasan Tea Company’s Owners, It’s All About the Origin Story
Dallas Observer: What’s in a cup of tea? The rebellious seeds of our democracy, sure. But tea, at least in
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