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HTC Client Oncolix Announces Reverse Merger, Goes Public

August 10, 2017

Houston Technology Center client Oncolix, which is developing a treatment for ovarian cancer, announced Monday it has completed a reverse


Governor White Will Be Missed

August 8, 2017

Houston Technology Center joins with all Texans in mourning the loss today of Governor Mark White, widely known as the


HTC Grad Castle Biosciences Receives Positive Determination: Over 115M Lives Now Covered

July 20, 2017

Castle Biosciences’ Uveal Melanoma Test Receives Positive Medicare Local Coverage Determination and Commercial Insurance Positive Coverage Policies Over 115 million


Welcome Our Newest Innovators!

July 18, 2017

The acceleration program at HTC is thriving.  From energy to aerospace, life science and the IoT, our client companies are


Acer Therapeutics Announces Reverse Merger With HTC Graduate Opexa

July 7, 2017

In a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission Monday, the companies announced the arrangement and also said that


Reasoning Mind Blueprint Named SIIA Education Technology CODiE Award Finalist for Best PreK / Early Childhood Learning Solution

July 7, 2017

Reasoning Mind’s newest program, Blueprint, received recognition Monday as a 2017 SIIA CODiE Award finalist in the Best PreK / Early Childhood


HTC Client Pterosail Brings Sailing to the Roads

June 28, 2017

John MacTaggart is giving sailing a new definition, trading the open seas for broad stretches of asphalt. On calm days,


HTC Client Amros is Disrupting Shale Production

June 28, 2017

Openhole logging has not been a good way to spot where to fracture in shale formations like this one. Vladimir


HTC Client Shower Stream Brings Home $35K in TNVC Competition

June 22, 2017

HTC client company Abstract Engineering took second place in this year’s Texas A&M New Ventures Competition (TNVC).  The Company’s Shower


“Five Questions For …” Houston Technology Center’s Deborah Mansfield

June 19, 2017

Houston—Before Deborah Mansfield joined the Houston Technology Center, she was a bench scientist working in genetics and a grants manager