Nominations are now being accepted and are due by 3 pm on March 6, 2015
College students can earn $6,000 for 10-week fellowship Contact: Darcy Wilborn, Director i2E Fellow Program, (405) 813-2424 or email dwilborn@i2E.org For the seventh consecutive year, i2E, Inc., is offering 10-week paid fellowships this summer for Oklahoma college students at entrepreneurial companies in the Oklahoma City and Tulsa areas. The i2E Fellows program is open toRead more
Oklahoma City has been selected to host the 2015 State Science & Technology Institute (SSTI) Conference. The event will be held October 26-28 at the Cox Convention Center.
Synereca Pharmaceuticals has received $1.4 million in seed capital from i2E Inc. The Oklahoma City-based company is developing a compound that kills drug resistant bacteria.
The Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics (OSSM) is designed as a two-year residential public high school for academically gifted students in mathematics and science.
Claire Trump, i2E Fellow and college junior, is one of the lucky ones. Trump, a Tulsa native, has always been interested in numbers and math. As a finance major in college, Trump is pursuing a degree that is in high demand. The Department of Labor expects financial analyst positions, for example, to grow by 23 percent to 2020.
Well Checked Systems International, LLC, the Tulsa-based creator of the patent-pending remote video sensor-based well site monitoring, recording and alerting technology solutions, today announced that the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies has agreed to provide its clients that utilize the Well Checked™ monitoring systems a considerable insurance premium discount.
The Oklahoma SBIR Collaborative Resources (OSCR) service offers the best resources in the nation to help you successfully compete for SBIR/STTR funding.
By PennEnergy Editorial Staff © 2014: PennWell Corporation Oil and gas operations often function on continuous, 24-hour schedules, while enduring both natural elements and influence from unexpected factors. Monitoring these processes can be vital to keeping things operating smoothly, and identifying causes and factors when things go awry. One company is making a name throughRead more
Roll-2-Roll Technologies has received $520,000 in funding. The investors included Oklahoma Seed Capital Fund and SeedStep Angels, both of which are managed by i2E. Cowboy Technologies and the co-founders of Roll-2-Roll also participated in the round. Based in Stillwater, Oklahoma, Roll-2-Roll is developing a lateral guide for manufacturers that produce consumer products with raw materials that come in the form of rolls.