CORTEX: St. Louis' Life Sciences and Technology District

The thriving technology scene covering startups, incubators, investors, etc.
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Local tech startup acquired for $100 million. Plans to stay in Cortex and double it's space and staff:

http://news.stlpublicradio.org/post/pha ... n#stream/0
^ Post-Dispatch has a bit more info, writing with dredger in mind...

St. Louis startup Confluence Life Sciences sold to Philadelphia's Aclaris
http://www.stltoday.com/business/local/ ... d4978.html
Smith said the company would look for new offices with triple the space it occupies within BioGenerator Labs.

Dennis Lower, Cortex’s CEO, said at least three nearby developments could accommodate the growing company.

He mentioned a redevelopment planned for the Crescent Electric site east of Vandeventer Avenue, Lawrence Group’s City Foundry project on Forest Park Avenue and a Koman Group site at Duncan Avenue and Sarah Street.
"Smart People, Cool Places: The Story of Cortex".

Tonight on channel 9 at 8PM. Beware, though, it's pledge drive.
framer wrote:"Smart People, Cool Places: The Story of Cortex".

Tonight on channel 9 at 8PM. Beware, though, it's pledge drive.

I saw on the twitter that They showed this on the outside media board last night.

https://twitter.com/eqstl/status/895442899453829125
^^ Maybe you can find it on the Channel 9 YouTube feed.
jambo wrote:
Thu Aug 10, 2017 4:06 pm
^^ Maybe you can find it on the Channel 9 YouTube feed.
Also, PBS has apps for Roku and most likely others. Local content is available if you provide your location.
aprice wrote:
jambo wrote:
Thu Aug 10, 2017 4:06 pm
^^ Maybe you can find it on the Channel 9 YouTube feed.
Also, PBS has apps for Roku and most likely others. Local content is available if you provide your location.
I watch content on their Amazon Fire app all the time. Our favorite is the Feast TV program. They cover a ton of local startups in the food industry, Local restaurants, food trucks, breweries, retails stores, and the associated farmers and craftsman that that provide for them. It's very well done and if you love this site you'd love that program.
That show is extremely well produced. I thought it was national first time I saw it.


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The funky green skin is going up on the Microsoft building.
framer wrote:
Wed Jul 26, 2017 9:47 pm
Vicia named one of the 12 best new restaurants in the U.S.

https://www.eater.com/2017/7/26/1603424 ... rants-2017
More accolades for Vicia: Esquire names Vicia one of country's best new restaurants

Aside from two in Chicago and one in Knoxville, everything else is on the coasts. Great seeing STL in this company. More of this please :)