Editor's note: Another week, another slew of innovation news. From a roundup of medical research happening in Houston and events this month all over town to the people behind the scenes of innovation that make it all happen.
TMCx company raises $16 million, Exxon scales work with Houston drone startup, and more innovation news
The Texas Medical Center has contributed to a $16 million round in a TMCx08 member company. Courtesy of TMCx
With a busy September just days away, the Houston innovation world has seen an uptick in news. Just in case you missed some, here are some short stories from Houston startups — funding, product launches, clinical trials, oh my. Click here to continue reading.
In honor of Labor Day, here are three Houston innovators who probably aren't taking the day off. Courtesy photos
It may be Labor Day, but some of the hardest working Houston innovators are probably still checking their email on their phones from the pool. Click here for this week's innovators to know around town.
Here's your one-stop shop for innovation events in Houston in September. Getty Images
The busy fall event season is kicking off this month with tons of Houston innovation pitch events, educational panels, and networking opportunities. Click here for our monthly guide for innovation events.
Houston researchers are hard at work in the lab to progress medical advancements at the bedside. Getty Images
Every day, important research is being completed under the roofs of Houston medical institutions. From immunotherapy to complex studies on how a memory is made, Houston researchers are discovering and analyzing important aspects of the future of medicine. Click here for three research projects currently being conducted in Houston.
Innovation leader discusses the future of HX and how the city of Houston is at an 'inflection point'
Harvin Moore, who has a 20-year career in tech and innovation, serves as president of Houston Exponential. Courtesy of HX
If there's one person optimistic about Houston's innovation ecosystem, it's probably Harvin Moore.
"There's no question that five years from now, or 10 years from now, Houston will be a very large and continually rapidly growing tech economy," Moore tells InnovationMap. "The question is just how fast it is going to get here."
Houston Exponential — the city's nonprofit meant to connect the dots within innovation in Houston — named Moore the president of the organization earlier this summer. He's hit the ground running since then.
Moore discusses with InnovationMap how his tenure is going and where the innovation ecosystem is at as the city dives into a busy fall season. Click here to continue reading.