Day: November 26, 2012
The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and a professor from the University of Bern (Switzerland) are asking Kansas City startups to complete a survey that will help show how the city’s tech industry is connected.
The survey, which closes in late January, is a continuation of work that Heike Mayer, a professor of economic geography, began in Kansas City in 2006. That year, Mayer released …Read More
The athletic department at the University of Kansas currently boasts a pair of nationally ranked basketball teams, but high-end hoops is par for the course in Lawrence.
New this year, KU can also tout top-tier weight-lifting technology, which it’s using to improve the strength and conditioning work of its basketball teams and other Jayhawk squads. …Read More
“What’s the best way to celebrate the public launch of the RareWire App Creation Studio? By being featured in Forbes Magazine, Mashable, and of course, by throwing a ridiculous party.” So said the invitation to RareWire’s celebratory launch party, held Nov. 16 at The Guild in the Crossroads district of Kansas City, Mo.
RareWire, a Kansas City software startup co-founded by Kirk Hasenzahl and Matt Angell, launched its App Creation Studio on Oct. 8. The App Creation Studio — a platform the …Read More
Every Monday, look for our events post to keep you in the loop on the goings-on of the week. From meetups and conferences to workshops and pitch sessions, if it’s happening in the Silicon Prairie, you’ll find it here.
For more, visit our events page for a calendar of upcoming events from us and others in the region. …Read More