Local company Outlier Technologies introduced its unique TREWGrip mobile keyboard to the healthcare industry last month at the annual HIMSS conference in Chicago.
An app developed by students at NKU's Center for Applied Informatics that alerts 911 services to emergencies has been credited with saving a life recently in California.
Cincinnati's only manufacturing business accelerator, First Batch, is seeking applications for its next class through May 11. First Batch will accept six candidates, with each receiving up to $8,000 in financial support as well as business development services that include strategic planning, branding and marketing.
Students in Xavier University's Human Centered Making class fitted a three-legged dog for a prosthetic limb on April 29 using the school's new 3D printing technology.
ArtWorks is now accepting applications for its second annual Big Pitch competition, a 10-week mentorship program for creative and artisanal businesses that will award $20,000 in grants to two winners.
Covington startup uses scannable exam table paper and mobile app to ease the boredom of waiting at the doctor's office.
People's Liberty has announced its first round of Project Grants, awarding $10,000 to eight local individuals with innovative ideas to positively impact their communities and disrupt the status quo.
"The Spark Behind the Change" combines entrepreneurship and storytelling in a unique event April 29 at Japp's OTR, focusing on social innovation and exploring the inspiration that resulted in new organizations and programs.
For four months 1,500 students in 78 Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky schools have studied the basics of architecture and construction while designing a model dwelling through the 2015 Design LAB (Learn and Build) program, and their work is on display at the Main Public Library downtown through May 2.
One of UpTech's recent startup graduates, Hello Parent, is living proof that a lot can happen during the six-month accelerator class, changing their name halfway through the program and learning to navigate the tech world.
Ocean, the nation's first faith-based business accelerator, presents Demo Day April 29 at Crossroads Church in Oakley to showcase its inaugural class of 10 startup companies. Ocean Executive Director Genine Fallon says the event is about community and is open to the public.
April 16 is the final deadline to apply for the next class of The Brandery's renowned accelerator program, which now will also help out with a place to live in OTR.
Electric car charging station access just got a little bit easier in Cincinnati with the opening of five DC Fast Charger stations around the city, which join several existing stations in downtown parking garages.
Over-the-Rhine-based Noble Denim plans to launch a new clothing line, Victor Athletics, if a Kickstarter campaign succeeds by its April 15 deadline. The second line will feature vintage-style athletic wear made from organic materials and manufactured in Tennessee.
Students at eight area schools will learn hands-on STEM skills while reverse-engineering a bike during a 10-week bicycle building workshop this spring, an expansion of the Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative's demonstration program at Woodward Career Technical High School.