Tagged: arkansas small business & technology development center

Big Moves Made at ASU's Small Business & Technology Development Center (Movers & Shakers)

by Arkansas Business Staff 1/27/2014 12:00 am

Laura Miller was selected as the new director of the Small Business & Technology Development Center at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. Miller, formerly a lead business consultant at ASBTDC, has been with the center for 13 years. Robert Bahn was promoted to lead business consultant.

Research Commercialization Workshops Planned for ASU

by Arkansas Business Staff 1/23/2014 01:22 pm

The ASBTDC sessions are intended for researchers, innovators, entrepreneurs and students involved in developing products with high commercial potential.

Arkansas Photonics Industry Alliance to Align Optics Companies

by Luke Jones 8/12/2013 12:00 am

Two optics entrepreneurs are working to unite the state's photonics manufacturing industry by creating the Arkansas Photonics Industry Alliance, a cluster of all the companies in the state that are opto-electric manufacturers.

'Roboglasses' from FauxSee Innovations Help Visually Impaired

by Luke Jones 8/5/2013 12:00 am

Ten years after losing his sight, Brandon Foshee and his brother-in-law Tim Zigler are turning tragedy into business with the development of "Roboglasses," a product intended to keep the visually impaired aware of their surroundings and reduce injuries.

Arkansas Genomics Shifts to Molecular Medicine to Find New Customer Base

by Luke Jones 4/8/2013 12:00 am

Arkansas Genomics was founded to be the state's first and only dedicated forensic DNA testing lab. But despite filling a niche, the business has had trouble turning a profit, and founder Jimmy Threet is pushing the lab in a new direction: personalized medicine.

Jane Wayland: Training the Future

by Luke Jones 2/25/2013 12:00 am

As dean of the UALR's College of Business, Jane Wayland is in charge of the whole college of business, including its Arkansas Small Business & Technology Development Center and Institute for Economic Advancement divisions. The college has seven undergraduate degrees and four post-baccalaureate certificate programs.