Category: Innovation & product development
Matthew Wood had a strong incentive to improve health and the environment — his mother, who died of cancer when he was just 18.
Deadlines for upcoming funding or educational opportunities featured.
U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced a range of new Small Business Innovation Research and Technology Transfer grants in clean energy fields.
The price of vigilance
Jim Gann’s client Beyond Meat, earns rave reviews, praise
Where were you 17?
Disease diagnosis via smart phone … there’s an app for that.
Twins with a flair for footwear … boots with clear plastic uppers
Mastering financials spelled the difference between success and failure for this Columbia firm.
Floods are not normally a good thing, but this multifaceted business reaped valuable lessons from the flood of ’08.
These partners formed their own firm rather than stand by and watch their jobs disappear.
Big ideas from a small town … how computer network manufacturer WideBand Corporation developed additional technologies to win government research grants.
The eyes have it …
are you who you say you are?
A lot of inventions we see are looking for a problem to fix. This is just the opposite — an invention that solves a real problem.
There’s an app for that!
Saving lives with revolutionary waste water treatment
Rolla-based MO-SCI combines R&D and manufacturing capabilities to make extraordinary glass products for specialized applications.
Tech startup in Columbia focuses on developing cheaper, longer-lasting enzyme products to treat contaminated water, soil
UCM SBTDC tech client helped county emergency management office respond to Northwest Missouri floods
S&T students win University of Missouri entrepreneurship award
Entrepreneurism proves habit forming for founders of firm developing new magnetic force control technology