Mo. Legislature Proposes Further Cuts To InnovationThe Missouri legislature is proposing cutting funding for the Missouri Technology Corporation from $22 million to just $2.5 million in 2018.
T-Rex Incubator Brings 2300 Jobs to St. LouisT-Rex, the start-up incubator on Washington Avenue downtown, has had a big economic impact in the six years since it opened.
Indian Business Incubator Coming to the MidwestAn Indian small business incubator is setting up shop in St. Louis.
St. Louis Healthcare Organizations Discuss Industry FutureThe healthcare landscape in the wake of the recent failed attempt to repeal Obamacare was the topic of discussion during the latest in a series of public conversations organized by Accelerate St. Louis and hosted by T-REX.
Nixon Announces $17 Mill for Tech Startup CompanyA technology incubator in downtown St. Louis called T-Rex receives more than $16 million from the state to foster technology growth.
100 Start-Ups Now Working Inside T-REX IncubatorT-REX, the start-up incubator, crossed over the 100-company mark when the newest Arch Grants winners moved in.
Harvard Professors Get Rock Star Reception in St. Louis"I need at least a thousand new programmers right now to fill the jobs that we have," Square co-founder Jim McKelvey says
More Room, Loftier Feel Await T-REx At Lammert BuildingT-REx houses 70 companies in the Railway Exchange Building but will have room for 50 more immediately at its new Washington Avenue home, with room to expand even more.
T-REx Buying Washington Ave. BuildingThe co-working space currently houses more than 70 fledgling companies and the move will open space for 50 more.

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