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A Molecular Revolution: Caris’ New Lab May ‘Change How We Think About Health Forever’

The $45 million facility, funded by a $1 billion+ capital raise, will test for cancer in patients’ blood.
Rex Kurzius
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The Reinvention of Serial Entrepreneur Rex Kurzius

How the Asset Panda founder transformed his mindset to overcome the odds.
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Big-Time Partners Aim to Lure Physical Therapy-Focused Startups to Fort Worth

HSC, Goff Capital, the City of Fort Worth, Tarrant County, and Techstars plan to invest in 10 early-stage startups per year.
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Dallas Entrepreneurs to Launch Nutrition App, Bitewell, This Summer

The developers aim to help health-minded individuals and those with dietary restrictions make informed choices when dining out and cooking at home.
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SMU Is Gamifying the Detection of Macular Degeneration

The research can help clinicians detect the spread of the disease more accurately.
By  Jencie Tomasek

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Innovation Awards

78 North Texans Who Are Shaping the Future

Get to know the finalists in the 2022 Innovation Awards, brought to you by D CEO and Dallas Innovates. Winners will be revealed Jan. 12.
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Innovation

Dallas’ Hypergiant Is in the Smithsonian for Battling Climate Change With Algae

The Eos Bioreactor uses AI and plant growth to pull carbon from the atmosphere 400 times faster than trees.
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Innovation

How This AI Parrot Is Giving Navigation and Communication to Those Who Need it

The Health Wildcatters alum is using technology to provide hope and assistance to the neurologically challenged.
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This Southlake Physician Wants to Revolutionize Allergy Care

The digital platform is taking a holistic look at remote care, testing, education, and monitoring.
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Innovation

The Local Oncology Innovator ‘Smashing’ Drug Development Timelines

Lantern Pharma is using big data and artificial intelligence to get treatments to patients in a fraction of the time.