A February 18 event at the Ohio Statehouse
showcased the University of Cincinnati's
groundbreaking research and how it's contributing to Ohio's economy.
The second annual event, featuring interactive, hands-on exhibits, highlighted UC research that has not only resulted in start-up companies and jobs in the region and brought significant savings to existing Ohio companies, but also holds the potential for significant economic growth in the future.
Among the exhibitors were clinical kit producer Siloam Biosciences, Inc.
of Forest Park; Mac Tools of Georgetown, Ohio, which optimizes manufacturing processes; and the team of Anastasios Angelopoulos and Jonathan Bernstein, who are working to produce more efficient fuel cells as an alternative to gasoline.
Ohio senators and representatives, aides, representatives from the Ohio Board of Regents
, Statehouse staff, industry partners, and high school students were among those who viewed the exhibits.
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