Cultivating Coders is partnering with Millwood Public Schools and Metro Tech Academyís Springlake campus to offer its free eight-week all-virtual training camp to 20 students, ranging in age from 15 to 18 years old.
What impact could emerging technologies like augmented and virtual reality have on Oklahoma, if implemented in business, philanthropy and public sector work? Itís a question the Ronnie K. Irani Center for the Creation of Economic Wealth (I-CCEW) at the University of Oklahoma, and Oklahoma City based Trifecta Communications, want to answer.
Aevus Precision Diagnostics founded as OKC company because of cityís low-cost, business friendly environment
Oklahoma City made its introduction to the co-founders of Aevus Precision Diagnostics through a magazineís list of top U.S. cities in which to start a business.
The program, launched last year, provides entrepreneurs who are accepted with a long-term team of seasoned mentoring executives who help them with advice across a broad range of business activity. Applications are due June 23.
Student entrepreneurs from college campuses across Oklahoma pitched winning business plans online to virtual panels of judges in the recent Loveís Entrepreneurís Cup competition that awarded $158,000 in cash prizes and scholarships.
Editorís note: Though the event scheduled for this weekend is postponed, we thought our readers would appreciate learning about this exciting competition designed to encourage interest in STEM fields and help our education and workforce development efforts.
Mickey Clagg was part of the group that brought the FIRST Robotics Competition to Oklahoma City, with the inaugural event taking place in 2008. The FIRST Robotics Competition returns to Oklahoma City Wednesday, with the competitions being held Friday and Saturday.
Oklahoma City has seen its share of good coverage lately, with some impressive headlines and rankings from well-known sources.