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Startups and More Bubble Up from Governor's Cup

Startups and More Bubble Up from Governor's Cup

Health CareTechnology & TelecomCover Story

Over nearly two decades of the Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup competition, just over $2 million in prize money has been given to teams of college students with entrepreneurship ideas deemed promising by competition judges. read more >

Solar Power On the Rise in Arkansas

Solar Power On the Rise in Arkansas

Technology & TelecomCover Story

There’s nothing new under the sun? A quick glance around Arkansas, where solar power projects are popping up all over, shows just the opposite. read more >

Picasolar Dedicates New HQ at UA Tech Park

Picasolar Dedicates New HQ at UA Tech Park

Technology & Telecom

The 2,300-SF space in the Enterprise Center at the UA tech park will enable Picasolar, an Innovate Arkansas client firm, to reduce the time it takes to produce its patent-pending product. read more >

Picasolar Receives $800k DOE Grant for Solar Efficiency

Picasolar Receives $800k DOE Grant for Solar Efficiency

Technology & Telecom

The $800,000 DOE grant will be matched by $200,000 from Picasolar. Douglas Hutchings, CEO of both Picasolar and Silicon Solar Solutions, said the SunShot awards are the most prestigious and competitive grants a solar startup can receive. read more >

A Look at Picasolar's Impressive 2013 Run

Technology & Telecom

Picasolar is a University of Arkansas graduate-level startup which created a technology that improves solar cells. It's made an impressive run through the 2013 cycle of national business-plan competitions. read more >

Picasolar, Catch-22 Big Winners at 2013 Reynolds Governor's Cup

Picasolar, Catch-22 Big Winners at 2013 Reynolds Governor's Cup

Technology & Telecom

University of Arkansas startup Picasolar and Catch-22 from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock took home the top overall prizes at the 2013 Donald W. Reynolds Governor's Cup. Picasolar won first prize in the graduate division of the state's top collegiate business-plan competition, while Catch-22 took top honors in the undergraduate division. read more >