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Want to launch a winning business in Cincinnati? Thanks to services available through the 1819 Innovation Hub, you don’t have to do it alone.
From prototypes to works of art, students and faculty can harness 3D printing in the UC Ground Floor Makerspace to bring their imaginations to life.
A group of innovative students at the University of Cincinnati has unveiled its remarkable creation — the Scorpion, a box-folding device.
UC’s entrepreneurial spirit is once again front and center. In a recent Business Courier article touting finalists in an awards competition, 20% were UC-affiliated startups.
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The University of Cincinnati’s School of Information Technology professors are developing a chatbot for correction agencies that will help supervision officers and people on parole.
The University of Cincinnati Ground Floor Makerspace and the Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative (GCSC) are piloting a professional development opportunity for K-12 STEAM teachers.
Combining their love of gaming with expertise in cybersecurity and information technology, a group of University of Cincinnati students developed an innovative software solution.
The UC Venture Lab pre-accelerator program offers experienced mentors who share their knowledge, industry insights and experiences for launching a business.
UC-affiliated startup Sense Neuro Diagnostics has gained gained FDA approval to move forward with clinical trials for its portable system that can detect brain injuries, Local…
Ryan Hays, EVP and chief innovation and strategy officer, held a fireside chat with new UC football coach Scott Satterfield.
While serving as a co-op student this spring, Joel Engelhardt blend his skills in operations management, research and software development to create customized solutions for strategic partners.
Good technologies make ripples, but great technologies make ruptures, wrote University of Cincinnati Executive Vice President and Chief Innovation & Strategy Officer Ryan Hays in an op-ed.
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