TULSA, OK -- September 7, 2022 -- Leading energy companies Devon Energy (DVN), ONEOK (OKE) and Williams (WMB), venture capital firm Energy Innovation Capital (EIC) and tech-focused non-profit Tulsa Innovation Labs (TIL) have joined together to transform America’s heartland into a hub for energy tech
Recently, President Biden signed the CHIPS and Science Act into Law. This groundbreaking legislation includes over $100 billion in funding for increased investments in research, development, and innovation across the National Science Foundation (NSF) and Department of Commerce (DoC).
Governors Kevin Stitt and Asa Hutchinson joined together to position the Oklahoma-Arkansas region as a national hub for advanced mobility (AM). The collaborative effort to support the growth of the AM industry, including drones, electric and autonomous vehicles, battery manufacturing, and transporta
In a world where malicious actors threaten our digital (and physical) infrastructure, community colleges are one of the most viable mechanisms to produce cyber talent at the scale required to close our cybersecurity and data skills gap.
This year, the Aspen Ideas Festival was in-person for the first time since 2018. This two-week festival brought together world-renowned leaders to share their ideas and perspectives on the current state and future of business, society, culture, health and the environment.
Our Managing Director, Nicholas Lalla, has laid out a roadmap for Tulsa’s economic future. Learn more about our plan to chart the course for Tulsa’s next economic chapter, including a look at our sectoral approach.
Today, Tulsa Innovation Labs (TIL), Aspen Institute, and Heartland Forward are proud to release the Economy Forward Framework, the first framework to measure inclusive economic growth in midsized American cities.
Read more about how you can get involved with TILs Advanced Aerial Mobility Cluster and partner with industry leaders.
Black History Month is an important time to appreciate Black accomplishments in this country, but as the month comes to an end, we are faced with a valuable opportunity to reflect and strategize on the equity gaps that continue to plague our community.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) recently argued for establishing a Cyber Service Academy that would do for digital defense and warfare what West Point did for the infantry, cavalry and artillery. Indeed, we now face grave threats from keyboards and not just missiles.
A look back at our 2021 and a look ahead. Our focus this year was building and expanding our team and network and laying the foundations of our 2022 initiatives.
Feeding Tulsa's high growth sectors will require significant investments in Tulsa's cyber and analytics talent pool.
Applying Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Improve Healthcare
The cyber war no longer has to be fought in Silicon Valley.
The events of the Tulsa Race Massacre in 1921 are still felt 100 years later. Tulsa recognizes that it is time to rebuild Black Wall Street into a tech hub that accurately represents the black community.
Virtual Health meets patients where they are through software, hardware and software-enabled service models/care episodes. These care episodes can be fully digital, digital-first or hybrid in-person and virtual experiences.
The Innovation Accelerator Foundation (IAF) is a groundbreaking nonprofit organization with a mission to promote our nation’s economic and military strength by promoting innovation.
With the growing threat of cyber attacks on our nation’s most essential infrastructure, there has never been a more critical time for cyber research and development.
As the new year gets under way, now is an appropriate time to reflect on the accomplishments of the past 12 months and to look ahead to what’s next.
Tulsa Innovation Labs (TIL) is proud to announce that, through support from George Kaiser Family Foundation, it is partnering with the groundbreaking nonprofit organization, Innovation Accelerator Foundation (IAF).
TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa Innovation Labs is proud to announce the formation of T75, the TIL Leadership Council of 75 members.
TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa has been selected along with nine other finalists for a global competition recognizing leading tech ecosystems, a sign that the city is becoming an emerging hub for innovation and entrepreneurship.
This is part two of a two-part series. Part one examined the cybersecurity struggles facing organizations in economically challenged, underserved communities.
“I was working in an accounting job with a large corporation — great benefits and culture,” she says, but there was a catch. “With the work experience I had, I was pretty capped in my salary.
Tulsa Innovation Labs (TIL), the new technology-led economic and workforce development organization pioneered by George Kaiser Family Foundation (GKFF) released its report identifying the city’s five most promising tech opportunities
A coalition of business, education, government and philanthropists are working to foster a startup ecosystem in a city that’s better known for its aerospace and energy companies.
With current conditions dramatically increasing the workload on healthcare providers around the world, new technologies that go beyond the expected boundaries of the current healthcare system look to become the new standard of care.
TULSA, Oklahoma – Tulsa Innovation Labs (TIL), the new technology-led economic development organization pioneered by George Kaiser Family Foundation (GKFF), announced an initial infusion of $50 million into Tulsa’s economic development.