Category: Inside The District (Page 2)

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Weekend hackers invade UC

The 1819 Innovation Hub buzzed with energy as around 200 students from across the Midwest came together to solve problems and create solutions.

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Global firm BTS Group joins Cincinnati Innovation District as corporate partner

BTS, a world-leading strategy implementation firm based in Stockholm, Sweden, has joined the Cincinnati Innovation District as a corporate partner in the 1819 Innovation Hub.

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STEM Goes Red takes over 1819 Innovation Hub

The 1819 Innovation Hub hosted nearly 100 girls all dressed in red from various high schools as part of the annual STEM Goes Red event.

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CID partner raises $11M

CID corporate partner IncludeHealth has raised $11 million in a recent financing round, fueling market expansion. The company was founded by UC alumnus Ryan Eder. 

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1819 unveils new space for the art and science of learning

“In a rapidly changing world, the ability to learn faster at scale will increasingly determine success,” the futurist John Hagel said. With a new year…

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Kroger invites thought leaders to connect at 1819 Innovation Hub

The CID is a catalyst for collaboration between industry and talent. It was a fitting location for a networking event hosted by Women in Analytics. 

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Bringing expertise to tech transfer in the 1819 Innovation Hub

Geoffrey Pinski leads the University of Cincinnati’s technology transfer team, which supports UC faculty and staff in filing for patent protection and negotiating licensing agreements.

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The New York Times: Inside the hospital where Damar Hamlin’s life was saved

Cincinnati’s emergency medical response to the cardiac arrest suffered by NFL player Damar Hamlin was a real-life example of teamwork, reports the New York Times

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4 benefits of hiring a co-op student

While cooperative education has a range of proven benefits for college students, hiring a co-op student also provides advantages for employers and businesses.

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UC Health welcomes Cory Shaw as president and CEO

Shaw brings 30 years of leadership in one of the nation’s leading academic health systems

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UC nationally recognized for innovation in economic engagement

APLU chooses UC for second consecutive year

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UC-backed, alum-founded startup – FEATURED IN BUSINESS COURIER

University of Cincinnati Venture Lab-backed startup was one of just six companies selected from 1,000-plus applicants to participate in national 12-week accelerator program.

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