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North Texas Student Research on Display in Regional Science Fair

by | Feb 17, 2017
In its 66th year, the Fort Worth Regional Science and Engineering Fair is the longest-running science and engineering fair in the state.
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Varidesk
Stand-Up Company: Coppell’s Varidesk Continues to Grow
by | Feb 17, 2017
The company says that humans weren't designed to sit all day, and adopting a standing desk can improve your health.
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With Vinyl Records Making Their Comeback, Addison Company Debuts Modernized Press
by | Feb 14, 2017
Addison-based Hand Drawn Pressing is churning out vinyls on the world’s first fully automatic, modernized record press.
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award
Fort Worth Cancer Center Wins Innovator Award
by | Feb 14, 2017
The Foley and Lardner LLP award recognizes effective business models and strategies for cancer care providers.
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skyline

Dallas Resident Fashions 3D Models of City Skylines

by | Feb 10, 2017
Brandon Warman, the 25-year-old co-owner of Handground coffee grinders, has crafted replicas of the Dallas and Fort Worth skylines, with others on the way. Each 2.25-inch-tall piece takes about 10 hours to print on his 3D printer.
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Wind turbines.
Texas Tops Nation in Wind Power, and Capacity Still Rising
by | Feb 10, 2017
Texas has more than 20,000 megawatts of wind power capacity, nearly one-fourth of the total capacity in the country.
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robotics
DFW Teams Headed to World Robotics Event
by | Feb 10, 2017
After regional contest, three student robotics teams advanced from a pool of 60 to represent DFW at North American and world events.
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Earth Day
Smart Cities Talk, Hackathon in the Lineup for Earth Day Texas
by | Feb 9, 2017
The world's largest Earth Day exposition returns to Fair Park in April with an array of eco-friendly events.
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