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By Trisha Gura at Science Magazine May 10, 2016 , 12:15 PM Original Article It started with a diagnosis. In 2011, chemical and biochemical engineer Jessica Winter learned that she had breast cancer—ironically just 3 months after she had begun breast tumor studies in her lab at Ohio State University (OSU), Columbus. “These are the moments where you sit down and think about your life,” she says. “Have you gotten to
By: Kaitlin Coward at The Post Ohio University and The Ohio State University want their graduates to have the option to stay in the state to seek jobs in emerging technology when they graduate. The Ohio Innovation Fund was created in 2012 to accomplish that goal, but the fund has just gotten off the ground this year with a newly hired fund manager. “A lot of this is new so far,” fund manager Bill Baumel
Core Quantum Technologies (CQT) has been awarded a $150,000 Phase I Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant by the National Science Foundation to develop fluorescing nanoparticles for medical diagnosis, imaging, and research. CQT was co-founded by Jessica Winter, a professor in The Ohio State University College of Engineering; Gang Ruan, a chemical and biomolecular engineering adjunct professor at Ohio State; and chemical engineering alumnus Kunal Parikh. The Columbus-based start-up company
It’s that time a year again, Startup Weekend hits Columbus, Ohio. Packed in the third Floor of the Crane Center on the campus of the College of Art and Design, over 75 people are working feverishly this weekend to manifest an idea that didn’t exist just 54 hours ago. They will slave over the next twodays to will their startup into existence and claim a slice of the growing entrepreneurial