A Springboro maker of pressure-activated chemiluminescent writing devices that can be used by soldiers on the battlefield or police in the field received state money Thursday to help move the new technology out of the lab and into the marketplace.
The Ohio Third Frontier Commission approved $2.1 million for several companies and schools to move new technologies out of the lab and into the marketplace. Many of these innovative products could advance medicine and improve outcomes for patients.
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Written by Max Filby.
Originally published March 22, 2018.