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Tech2sDay July Event To Feature Alamo Angels Investor Network
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Tech2sDay July Event To Feature Alamo Angels Investor Network

The July 19 Tech2sDay  event will be a special networking opportunity for members of San Antonio's tech ecosystem. Tech Bloc has asked the Alamo Angels to attend, giving many the chance to meet some of San Antonio's most influential, active startup investors and learn more about how local angel investors qualify investment opportunities. RSVP for the event here which takes place July 19 from 5 to 7 p.m. at 5 Points Local. For those who RSVP the first drink is on the house and there will be food and music along with tech ecosystem networking. The Alamo Angels investment syndicate brings members together to pool resources and expertise for investments. In addition to capital investments, Alamo Angels provide access to educational and business development resources and high-value connec...
Startup Grind To Interview David Monroe at SA Museum of Science and Technology
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Startup Grind To Interview David Monroe at SA Museum of Science and Technology

Startup Grind will host their next event at the San Antonio Museum of Science and Technology  (SAMSAT) at Port San Antonio. The fireside chat guest will be founder David Monroe, SAMSAT founder and director. The event will be June 27 starting at 6:00 p.m. Register for your tickets online and use the code "startups." First ten to register using this code will receive a free ticket. SAMSAT opened in 2016 and moved to Port San Antonio in 2017. Located in the Port’s 14,000-sq. ft. Mabry Conference Center at 102 Mabry Drive, SAMSAT delivers science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education programs in partnership with area educators and other stakeholders starting this summer. The museum explores the past, present, and future of technology with different technological displays...
San Antonio Museum of Science and Technology’s STEM Summer Camp Program
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San Antonio Museum of Science and Technology’s STEM Summer Camp Program

Is your child interested in flying a drone, 3D printing, or shooting a rocket this summer? What if he or she could learn the science and technology needed to do these things in a weeklong summer camp? Students are welcome to learn at the San Antonio Museum of Science and Technology (SAMSAT), a nonprofit museum founded in 2016 to explore the past, present, and future of technology in San Antonio.  The museum delivers STEM education programs in partnership with area educators and other stakeholders such as SASTEMIC, a nonprofit science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education advocacy organization that collaborates with local schools to provide STEM-focused educational programs. The T.J. Natarajan SAMSAT Summer Camp Program each week features a different theme and runs Monda...
The Health Cell Spotlights Healthtech and Medical Device Startups
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The Health Cell Spotlights Healthtech and Medical Device Startups

Have you ever wondered about the difference between a healthtech company and a medical device company? Some may think the descriptors are interchangeable but they are not. Regulatory pathways to get a medical device to market are markedly different than what it takes to get a health-focused technology product in the hands of the consumer. The amount of money it takes to launch and develop products for healthtech and medical device companies is not comparable, either. The Health Cell is sponsoring this panel to help innovative entrepreneurs understand the differences, as well as learn what it takes to launch each of these companies. Register here for the lunch, panel discussion, and question and answer period.  The event will take place April 3, from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Magnolia Hall...
Texas BioMed Explores Malaria in Latest Podcast
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Texas BioMed Explores Malaria in Latest Podcast

Malaria is a mosquito-borne disease that kills hundreds of thousands of people around the world every year. Texas Biomed's own scientist Ian Cheeseman, Ph.D., and his team at specialize in the genetics of the parasite that causes malaria. Listen to Texas BioMed's latest podcast episode 2, Much Ado About Malaria, from TXBiobytes. His newest study published in the journal Genome Biology and Evolution was recently highlighted in the Editors Choice section of the prestigious journal Science. “At the basic level we simply do not know what’s in a malaria infection, even though this has profound implications for how we think about treating and eradicating this disease,” Cheeseman said. Using various technologies, these scientists are literally cracking open cells and using single cell DNA seq...