Spotlight on Ohio Research & Innovation News

The Ohio Supercomputer Center is set to launch a major new high performance computing cluster, Cardinal, in the second half of 2024.  In collaboration with Dell Technologies, Intel and NVIDIA, the Cardinal supercomputing cluster will support the rising demand for artificial intelligence capabilities by Ohio researchers ...

Kent State University hosted teams of 7-12th grade students to design, build, and code robots in a qualifying competition for the First Tech Challenge 2024 Robotics Season "FIRST ENERGIZE" presented by Qualcomm...

“Computing and information technology jobs are expected to grow nearly twice as fast as the labor market in the next 10 years,” said Dr. Laura Bloomberg, CSU President ...

In a pioneering effort, the University of Cincinnati's IDD Education Center and Siemens have collaborated to provide accessible science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).

Researchers reported their methods to improve efficiency and increase latex yield in two recent publications, building upon decades of research led by Katrina Cornish, professor of horticulture and crop science and food, agricultural and biological engineering at The Ohio State University.  

YSU has been awarded $1.9 million through America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute (driven by the National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining), and the Air Force Research Laboratory to investigate the repair process for tooling using an additive/subtractive (hybrid) process technology...

A research project designed by a group of Ohio University students will soon be traveling to the International Space Station (ISS).

During the fall semester, OHIO students from across the University had the opportunity to design projects and write proposals for the Student Spaceflight Experiment Program’s Mission 18 to the ISS.

In an effort to make the internet more accessible for people with disabilities, researchers at The Ohio State University have begun developing an artificial intelligence agent that could complete complex tasks on any website using simple language commands. ...

With a new four-year, $1.1 million grant from the NSF, researchers at Case Western Reserve University hope to develop an artificial intelligence (AI) alternative that generates virtual contrast-enhanced images without chemical agents.

The Ohio Supercomputer Center staff participated in five large research computing-focused 2023 conferences where academic researchers and industry came together to share how they are advancing the high performance computing field.