As the supply of personal protective equipment dwindles because of the coronavirus pandemic, San Antonio’s innovators are uniting to prepare for the worst.
The City of San Antonio will be pulling back on its involvement in Austin’s international media and music festival South by Southwest this year.
Scientists at Southwest Research Institute are using a virtual screening tool to identify drugs that may be used to treat the novel coronavirus.
A locally based tech company is hoping its robot product can help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, following news of a confirmed case of the disease in San Antonio on Thursday.
Bluegrass Vascular Technologies announced Tuesday it has received U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval for its novel catheter system for kidney dialysis patients
St. Mary’s University will be home to San Antonio’s first collegiate gaming arena as it launches an esports team this fall.
San Antonio engineer and entrepreneur Gabi Niederauer is preparing her company to enter the U.S. market after a years-long approval process.
CivTechSA is entering the third year of its startup residency program with a new slate of challenges for techies to solve.
The City will draw on a new partnership, known as the R&D League, with USAA, the SwRI, and UTSA to develop an in-house research and development program.
When it comes to teaching anatomy to medical students, technology has its place at UT Health San Antonio, but there’s no replacement for a real cadaver.
Rick Morris’ digital health startup GaitIQ is taking aim at Alzheimer’s disease using technology that senses subtle changes in the way patients walk.
The City has launched a survey to understand the scope of the digital divide, a problem that affects a quarter of San Antonio residents.
After 25 years of growing her internet services company, Janie Gonzalez is ready to grow a new generation of webheads in South Texas.