With the stroke of Governor Kay Ivey’s pen, Alabama is requiring telehealth rules be adopted for the first time.
On Thursday, April 28th, nine Alabama startups made their way to Innovation Portal in Mobile for the Alabama Launchpad Cycle 1 2022 Finale. Their goal? To pitch their businesses to a panel of experienced entrepreneurs for a chance to win a total of $75K in funding ($50K for seed stage and $25K for concept stage).
Auburn University recently participated in the BIO Alabama conference at the Grand Bohemian Hotel in Mountain Brook, showcasing seven of its biotechnology research developments.
Editor’s note: This story was originally published in The Pitch, a DC Inno special feature spotlighting young local startups led by underrepresented founders. The companies included may not have much (or any) funding or revenue, but they do have plans — and they’re taking the initial steps to make things happen.
RALLY will be held April 26 at the Grand Bohemian Hotel in Mountain Brook. It was developed to connect bioscience companies with academic R&D intellectual property to facilitate the translation of science into applications for humanity.
Ground was broken Monday for the new Altec/Styslinger Genomic Medicine and Data Sciences Building and the Marnix E. Heersink Institute for Biomedical Innovation Conference Center at the site of the new facility, at Seventh Avenue South, between 19th and 20th streets in Birmingham.
DC BLOX’s will use its newest design in Birmingham to accommodate the need for high-performance computing applications in the market.
Auburn city officials have announced $3 million in federal funding that will benefit the expansion of the Auburn Center for Developing Industries (ACDI).
An innovation developed in an engineering lab at the University of Alabama will help a Canadian company improve its solution to reduce emissions of a harmful greenhouse gas created by concrete production.
From roads and bridges to sewage systems to broadband internet access, there has been a shift among Alabama’s leadership in the last few years that will benefit rural areas in the long run, according to researchers at the University of Alabama’s Education Policy Center.