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T-REX incubator awarded $500,000 federal grant for geospatial center

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The grants keep rolling in for downtown incubator T-REX as it works to establish a geospatial technology hub in its Washington Avenue building. The U.S. Economic Development Administration announced Thursday it had awarded the nonprofit incubator a $500,000 grant to develop a "Locational Intelligence Resource Center"...
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Published by Jacob Barker / St. Louis Post Dispatch
June 21, 2018

T-REX prepares for big jump into geospatial innovation

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A St. Louis technology incubator is devoting an entire floor of its historic downtown building to establishing a pipeline of workers and advancements in the highly-skilled field of geospatial technology. T-REX will soon house a Geospatial Resource Center. T-REX President and Executive Director Patricia Hagen recently spoke about the plans...
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Published by Wayne Pratt / St. Louis Public Radio
May 7, 2018

AT&T creates Open Source Lab at T-REX

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AT&T Open Source Lab

AT&T is reaching out to St. Louis’ tech startup community with a new Open Source Lab. The company is providing about $70,000 worth of servers, technology services and funding to create the lab, which will be located at the tech incubator T-REX in downtown St. Louis. Jomo Castro, AT&T's regional director of external affairs, said...
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Published by Maria Altman / St. Louis Public Radio
October 27, 2017

Meeting lays groundwork for focus on tech incubators, start-ups

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Scott Cousins/The Telegraph

Area developers, bankers, investors, real estate agents and others will have an opportunity to learn about business incubators and tech start-ups at a roundtable meeting that is the first public collaboration between St. Louis-based T-REX, a nonprofit tech incubator, and Madison County Community Development...
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Originally Published by Scott Cousins / The Telegraph