Spotlight on Ohio Research & Innovation News

The Ohio State University’s Keenan Center for Entrepreneurship hosted the President’s Buckeye Accelerator Finale.  Eleven student-led startups competed for six spots in the year-long accelerator and $50,000 each to support their ventures....

A team of second-year medical students at Northeast Ohio Medical University and a business analytics graduate student from Kent State University earned Best in Digital Health at the University of Utah’s Bench to Bedside competition for their innovation -- Dream AI -- an electronic health record add-on that aims to revolutionize the diagnosis of sleep apnea by leveraging modern health record advancements and machine learning...

Youngstown State University placed fourth overall in the e-Human Powered Vehicle Challenge at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Festival, competing against 15 other teams ..

Students majoring in biomedical engineering at The University of Akron partnered with Dr. Hannah Agard Bachtel, a pediatric urologist at Akron Children’s Hospital, to create a novel, home-use device aimed at assisting pediatric patients suffering from Pelvic Floor Dysfunction.

NASA’s University Leadership Initiative (ULI), which invests in new, innovative projects that advance its Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate portfolio, awarded this multi-partner project to advance autonomous aircraft tech and industry standards ...

A University of Cincinnati researcher made a groundbreaking discovery that has the potential to revolutionize the treatment of heart failure ...

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 ...

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.