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Arts Atlas data tool to help local arts organizations target programming to underserved communities
Monday, June 06, 2016
ArtsWave partners with national data gathering organization to develop a first-in-the-nation online tool to integrate data on arts organizations and their programming with community demographic details.
Per Scholas software testing class shows promise thanks to unique partnership
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Per Scholas, Ingage Partners and Thrive Urban Impact Sourcing partnered to create an intensive course in quality assurance software testing for Cincinnatians unemployed or below the poverty line as well as job opportunities.
Inventor's Council awards prizes to members trying to bring their inventions to life
Monday, May 16, 2016
The Inventor’s Council of Cincinnati recently hosted its First Filament Awards, a competition for members to be judged by experts and to receive cash prizes to fund development costs of their inventions.
Startup Weekend focuses on social entrepreneurship via United Way partnership
Sunday, May 15, 2016
Startup Weekend Cincinnati returns May 20-22 with a special Social Edition focusing on social entrepreneurship in partnership with the United Way of Greater Cincinnati.
UC School of IT awarded exclusive national designation for cybersecurity program
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
UC program is one of just nine U.S. universities so far to be designated a Center for Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education, opening it to special funding and grants in the future.
The art of intractive technology sprouts at Cincinnati Art Museum
Monday, May 02, 2016
Even thought the Cincinnati Art Museum is 135 years old, the organization embraces technology as an innovative way to engage visitors, including two new touchpad interactive features.
Aitken to discuss using data to build strong customer relationships at Goering Center event
Monday, April 18, 2016
The Goering Center for Family & Private Business dives into data at its April 20 Luncheon Series event, "The Data Revolution" with 84.51 CEO Stuart Aitken, who says "the customer should be at the center of everything."
Xavier University's student-run TEDx to explore unexpected sides of deception
Tuesday, April 05, 2016
Xavier University hosts its fifth annual student-run TEDx event April 14, focusing speakers from Xavier and the wider Cincinnati community around the intriguing theme of "Decoding Deception."
UC team prepares for finals of Space X Hyperloop Pod competition
Monday, March 14, 2016
A team of UC students is among the final 30 teams advancing to the Official Space X Hyperloop Pod's prototype competition in June; more than 1,000 teams from around the world entered the initial competition.
Conference focuses on applying the predictive analytics of sports to business
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
UC's Center for Business Analytics hosts "Predictive Analytics Day" Feb. 29 featuring panels of experts who are applying predictive analytics to business and, more frequently, to sports.
GCF grant helps Hamilton Mill hire industrialist-in-residence and expand student support
Monday, February 01, 2016
Just north of Cincinnati, Hamilton Mill offers a distinctive experience within the local startup ecosystem, focusing on technology that helps Southwest Ohio manufacturers have small and lean shops.
Redesigned city website focuses on community feedback, ease of use
Monday, January 11, 2016
The City of Cincinnati unveiled its newly updated cincinnati-oh.gov website last week, learning from earlier app launches how to make the user experience simple and easy.
New Cincinnati Children's research wing is big news for medical innovation
Tuesday, December 15, 2015
A big year for growth and innovation at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center was highlighted by the new Clinical Sciences Pavilion, a $205-million 15-story tower that became home base for its clinical trials in June.
84.51° saw benefits of first Startup in Residence program flowing both ways
Sunday, December 13, 2015
Data analytics firm 84.51° will continue its Startup in Residence program in 2016 and add more mentorship opportunities to connect its staff with startups in other regional accelerator programs.
Water tech forum explores region's innovation and economic opportunities
Monday, November 09, 2015
The Woman's City Club of Greater Cincinnati hosts a forum Nov. 12 on water technology and how it can be leveraged for innovation, environmental impact and economic development.
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