The germination of a new life sciences innovation hub on the East Side is set to begin, as its first tenant expects to move in next month.
Rene Dominguez, the City’s economic development director, is set to become the Texas Research & Technology Foundation’s new COO and president.
Stem cell organization GenCure will anchor the Texas Research and Technology Foundation’s $220 million redevelopment of an untended East Side site.
The Texas Research & Technology Foundation’s $220 million redevelopment of a blighted building is now on a fast track thanks to City incentive dollars.
Despite being one of the largest and highest-paying sectors in the city, it fails to compete at both the state and national level, industry leaders say.
A plan to create jobs, foster startups, and attract investment in San Antonio’s health care and bioscience industry will start with a focus on two key diseases – Type 2 diabetes and infectious diseases – prevalent in San Antonio.
TRTF on Wednesday released early-concept renderings of a forthcoming live, work, and play complex on San Antonio’s Eastside.
VelocityTX, an innovation center planned for the near-Eastside, plans to partner with entrepreneurial entities in six countries.
Plans are underway for the new commercial offices and technology innovation center inside the five-building Merchants Ice complex.
Texas Research and Technology Foundation (TRTF) is planning a new innovation center to support early-stage biosciences and tech companies in San Antonio.