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Entergy Texas recently launched its Green Select program, which allows residential and business customers the opportunity to match
A first for Oil & Gas: Clariant opens cutting-edge High Throughput Experimentation lab in The Woodlands
Clariant has opened its next High Throughput Experimentation (HTE) Laboratory in The Woodlands.
Lone Star College-Montgomery Medical Radiologic Technology (MRT) students recently received six honors at the annual Texas Society of Radiologic Technologists (TSRT) conference in Fort Worth.
VGXI expansion will aid in the development of vaccines for emerging diseases including Ebola and Zika
VGXI’s clients are developing the next generation of cancer therapies and vaccines VGXI is supporting the development of new cancer gene therapies and DNA vaccines for critical emerging diseases including Ebola, MERS, and Zika.
Lone Star College-Montgomery’s new telescope debuts at “Starry, Starry Night Star Party” Wednesday, April 13.
Prepare to be moonstruck this Sunday evening, September 27, when a Supermoon will coincide with a lunar eclipse; an event that hasn’t occurred in 32 years, and won’t happen again until 2029.
Lexicon Pharmaceuticals reports positive results for first successful oral treatment for carcinoid syndrome
Lexicon Pharmaceuticals Reports Positive Top-Line Results For Pivotal Phase 3 Telotristat Etiprate Study In Cancer Patients With Carcinoid Syndrome. Lexicon Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Nasdaq: LXRX) today announced that the pivotal TELESTAR Phase 3 clinical trial met its primary endpoint, showing the benefit of oral telotristat etiprate in treating cancer patients with carcinoid syndrome.
DARPA grant awarded to Inovio and VGXI to produce Ebola vaccine for clinical trials. A breakthrough in an Ebola vaccine is taking place in The Woodlands due to a $45 million dollar DARPA grant awarded to Inovio Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and it's local manufacturing facility, VGXI.
Algae cultivation, help from LSC-Montgomery Biotechnology Lab leads College Park student to science award
It was the faint iridescent glow of algae in the water in the dark of night that helped to guide former Apollo 13 astronaut James Lovell and his flight crew home safety during World War II.
When The Woodlands Children’s Museum needed new computers for its robotics program, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation jumped at the opportunity to help.
Middle and Upper School students from The John Cooper School earned recognitions at the Education for Tomorrow Alliance SCI://Tech Exposition events hosted on January 31 and February 1 in Conroe.
Oak Ridge High School hosted the Genetics Update Conference on Tuesday, February 04, 2014.
The 2014 Sci://Tech Exposition Day took place Saturday, February 1, 2014 at the Lone Star Convention and Expo Center.
Oak Ridge High School displays the Type A, Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV) Cargo Transfer Bag (CTB) made by ORHS students for all to see.
Algae research continues in Biotechnology Program Lone Star College-Montgomery’s biotechnology students are ‘diving in’ to their research after another generous donation has enabled them to build an open pond on campus.
Brian Lue, a sophomore at The John Cooper School, was awarded an honorable mention in the 8th Annual DNA Day Essay Contest sponsored by the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG).
Texas Torque, representing The Woodlands, Texas, won the 2013 FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) world Championships, in which 2,546 teams from 17 countries participated, involving more than 10,000 students.
December 21 at 5:11a.m. CST is slated to be the end of the Mayan calendar. What exactly does this mean for the world as we know it?
'The stars at night, are big and bright....deep in the heart of Texas!' So tonight in Texas and across the nation, don't miss the final major meteor shower of the year!
A state-of-the-art outpatient wound care clinic offering advanced medical treatments will open at St. Luke’s The Woodlands Hospital on Oct. 22, 2012.