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The 1819 Innovation Hub buzzed with energy as around 200 students from across the Midwest came together to solve problems and create solutions.
This year, students opting for a Cincinnati spring break staycation can bring home some unique souvenirs — objects they’ve crafted themselves in the UC Makerspace.
When Steve Kuhn was a co-op student, corded phones were still a thing, fax machines were all the rage and personal computers a novelty.
The 1819 Learning Lab team is leading the way in promoting workplace wellness and creating a positive environment through initiatives such as Midday Mindfulness.
The latest cohort is set to graduate from the University of Cincinnati’s Venture Lab, a program that helps entrepreneurs develop their ideas into businesses, Spectrum News reported.
When someone has a heart attack, cells in the heart die. Dr. Yigang Wang is leading development of a patch that could regenerate heart cells.
On Feb. 27, from 5-7 p.m., the UC Ground Floor Makerspace will hold an open house in its workspace equipped with prototyping and fabrication tools.
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.
So, you have a good idea for a product or service, something that’s certain to attract the minds and money of consumers everywhere. But wait!
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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.
If you’re planning on leaving your 9 to 5 and joining the gig economy, here are some things you should know before starting up your business.…
University of Cincinnati student Yale Miller applied his acquired knowledge to tackle a challenge for global brand Bioré, a facial care brand for Kao USA.
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