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Science & Technology

Hybrid Rocket Engine Manufacturer Firehawk Aerospace Relocates Headquarters to DFW

As it closes a $17.6 million funding round—including investments from Goff Capital and Raytheon—Firehawk Aerospace is claiming Addison as its new home.
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Commercial Real Estate

Grandscape at The Colony is Getting a Revolutionary Immersive Entertainment Venue

Called Cosm, the venture is backed by former RealPage CEO Steve Winn. Its new North Texas venue is being designed by Dallas-based HKS.
Travis Nolan Origami dinosaur
Science & Technology

The SMU Student Using Origami to Bring Dinosaurs to Life

Travis Nolan is the only person making show-quality origami dinosaurs in the university’s department of earth sciences.
By Trinity Hawkins
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Science & Technology

Women Leading Tech and Innovation

Though still too small in number, Dallas’ female STEM leaders are fiercely working to lay the ground for more women in the field.
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Business

Meet Michaels’ Crafty New Leader, Ashley Buchanan

The first-time CEO is leveraging technology to take the old-school arts and craft chain into the future.

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Expert Opinions

Don’t Expect Health Tech Investment to Slow Down Any Time Soon

Investment in the sector almost doubled last year and is expected to grow further in the years to come.
By Dan Odom
Dr. Sai Chavala
Physicians

Has Dr. Sai Chavala Just Found the Cure for Macular Degeneration?

And could his discovery become the cure for much, much more?
Mark d. mccoy geospatial archaeologist and professor at SMU
Publications

The SMU Professor Who Explodes Indiana Jones

A local archaeologist wants you to understand how the field really works.
By Laray Polk
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Science & Technology

Lyda Hill Philanthropies Looking for 100 Women STEM Ambassadors

Hey cool women scientists, engineers, and sneaker designers — apply now!
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Publications

Will Robot Lawyers Take Our Jobs?

No, but they might make us better attorneys.
By John G. Browning