An exciting plan for OKC
Plans are in the works for an innovation district in northeast Oklahoma City that offers tremendous upside in the long term. Roy Williams, president of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber, provides this simple example of its potential benefits:
A symposium not long ago included a presentation about three-dimensional imaging technology used by an energy company to explore oil and gas deposits underground. In attendance was a physician who performs brain surgery on infants.
The physician was already printing 3-D images of brains before operations, but saw the other technology and found he could adapt it to his work and do a better job prepping. Read More >>