Although almost everyone agrees San Antonio has lots of work to do to catch up to other thriving tech economies, the mood was optimistic as San Antonio Startup Week wrapped up Friday.
Kicking off San Antonio Startup Week, Graham Weston and UTSA President Taylor Eighmy revealed details about UTSA's downtown campus plan.
This week, the University of Texas at San Antonio announced it had renewed its research partnership with Cibolo Preserve, a 644-acre island in an ever-growing sea of development established by San Antonio entrepreneur and philanthropist Bill Lende.
The University of Texas at San Antonio secured funding Thursday for two new downtown campus facilities: a $33 million National Security Collaboration Center and a $57 million School of Data Science.
San Antonio could sweat through up to four solid months per year of 100-degree-plus days by the end of this century if humanity does not act to slow the rate of global warming.
A $500,000 National Science Foundation grant will help UTSA build a high-speed, internet network dedicated to research known as a science DMZ.