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June 2, 2015

by Sreekar Jasthi

In recent years, STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) have become increasingly prominent, both in education and employment.

The National Science Foundation reports that the percentage of freshmen at four-year universities who intend to major in a science or engineering field increased to about 39% in 2012 after remaining stagnant at about 33% from 1995 to 2007.

May 7, 2015

Since the recession began in December 2007, 1.2 million net jobs have been created in Texas, while 700,000 net jobs were created in the other 49 states combined. From climate to transportation to cost of living, Texas has proven it can’t be beat.

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May 1, 2015

By Rye Druzin

The Midland Space Development Corp. on Tuesday received a presentation on the first phase of an estimated $4.3 million infrastructure project for the Spaceport Business Park at Midland International Air & Space Port.

April 29, 2015

By JOHN AUSTIN CNHI State Reporter

A West Texas oil-and-gas hub is poised to shoot the moon, as a nascent space tourism industry that's already selling tickets promises to remake the local economy.

Midland's FAA-certified spaceport has landed a tenant from Mojave, Calif., XCOR Aerospace, which plans to move its headquarters and is booking reservations for its reusable, two-person aircraft piloted by a veteran NASA shuttle commander.

April 10, 2015

Midland - A little more than 100 miles from San Angelo is the vibrant, energizing city of Midland. Nicknamed “The Tall City” for its towering skyline of downtown buildings, the city is the perfect destination for a weekend getaway. It features a great mix of fine dining, unique attractions, luxurious spas, and variety shopping.

March 30, 2015

By Brandon Mulder

U.S. Census Bureau figures show that 43 percent of those migrating into the Midland metropolitan area from 2010-2012 were young adults between the ages of 18 to 34.

The census also reported a nearly 2 percentage point drop in the influx of those young adults, compared to the 2007-09 recession period.

March 3, 2015

Atlanta, March 2, 2015: Texas and Kentucky have won the 2014 Site Selection Governors Cups. This is the second year Site Selection recognizes the state with the most qualifying new and expanded facilities per capita, which Kentucky claims for its capital investment activity in 2014. Texas wins for having the most qualified projects of any state.

February 4, 2015

With crude oil prices at their lowest levels in years, municipalities that depend primarily on the oil and gas industry for their economic vitality are suddenly at risk of seeing drastic slowdowns in the local economy, and possibly some red ink. One such city is Midland, Texas, an oil and gas town like few others. Oil is its lifeblood, and throughout its history, the Tall City has experienced many up-and-down cycles in the energy industry. So, how is it weathering the current one?

January 24, 2015

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott reappointed Mickey Long of Midland to the Texas Tech University System Board of Regents, his office announced last week.

Long, the president of Westex/WLP Well Service, originally was appointed by former Gov. Rick Perry in 2009. He served as board chair the past two years.

January 23, 2015

Luminox announced that its partnership with SXC (currently known as XCOR Space Expeditions) has been extended to XCOR Aerospace, and it is now the official watch partner of XCOR Aerospace.

As creator of the XCOR Lynx, the most innovative commercial spacecraft ever built, XCOR Aerospace recently acquired SXC (Space Expedition Corporation, currently known as XCOR Space Expeditions). Lynx will make suborbital flights into space up to an altitude of 104 km.

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