Posted on · On Monday's show: We visit an event bringing Houston startups together with venture capitalists. Then, on its 60th anniversary, we reflect on John F. Kennedy's historic speech declaring the nation's intention to land on the moon. And a local veterinarian answers your questions.
Posted on · The Ion is scheduled to open in the fall.
Posted on · Shortly after coming out of the Texas Medical Center’s startup accelerator, SensorRx got into a fight over intellectual property.
Posted on · The disagreement is centered on who gets to sign a community benefits agreement.
Posted on · The Ion is partnering with two organizations to accelerate minority-owned start-ups.
Posted on · Greentown Houston will be part of the innovation district centered at the Ion at the site of the former Sears building.
Posted on · The author hopes other cities will more effectively choose the best location for their innovation hubs.
Posted on · Some of the people who live near the future Ion are worried about what could be lost, as this segment of the historically African American Third Ward is gentrified.
Posted on · For every lip balm sold, 14-year-old Julia Sora donates one to kids with cancer.
Posted on · It’s one more addition to the city’s innovation corridor that runs from downtown to the medical center.
Posted on · “The Ion” is a major step towards growing Houston’s innovation culture.
Posted on · Mike T. Brown says Houston’s improved startup culture caused him to move his company back home.
Posted on · Houston Exponential announces first closing on its venture fund
Posted on · Gaby Rowe takes over for John “JR” Reale at the startup and innovation company
Posted on · Donald Trump’s Department of Homeland Security is rescinding the International Entrepreneur Rule