Collaborative workspace in downtown Dayton gains national recognition

Story excerpt provided by Dayton Business Journal.

Written by John Bush.

A collaborative workspace in downtown Dayton is gaining national recognition.

Project 444, a shared collaboration space on East Second Street, was recognized as one of six “Innovators” at the Association of Defense Communities’ Installation Innovation conference in San Diego this week.

The project, which launched in May 2017, is a partnership among the Air Force Research Laboratory, the Wright Brothers Institute and The Entrepreneurs Center. The space is dedicated to bringing military and civilian researchers together with academia and the business community to spur problem-solving and technology commercialization.

“Project 444 is a place where really important collisions occur,” Scott Koorndyk, president of The Entrepreneurs Center, stated in a publication from the ADC. “It gives us access to the brightest technology minds that exist at AFRL [and] the network they interact with.”

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Originally published February 15, 2018.

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