State-funded research network creates enriching collaborations in Ohio

Story excerpt provided by Soapbox Cincinnati.

Written by Douglas J. Guth.

A state-funded initiative has created a robust collaboration among Ohio’s research universities, high-tech industries and key federal laboratories.

Established in July 2015 by the Ohio Federal Military Jobs Commission (OFMJC), the Ohio Federal Research Network (OFRN) has so far awarded $15.6 million across 18 projects in the areas of aerospace, manufacturing, materials, communications, data analytics and energy storage. Six Centers of Excellence (COE), currently organized and located at universities throughout Ohio, are using this funding to win new economy-boosting endeavors.

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Originally published January 17, 2017.

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