Acoustech Systems’ groundbreaking technology empowers manufacturers' existing equipment to use high-power, ultrasonic technology. Its introductory product is an innovative system that dramatically improves metalworking capabilities with ultrasonic performance on new and existing manufacturing equipment by applying intense acoustical vibrations to conventional cutting tools with a collet. One that fits its customers’ machines, uses their tools, and can be operated by their employees without extensive training.
BRC is a small business with expertise in the design and development of antennas, computational electromagnetics, and RF measurements. Our technical staff consists of engineers, scientists, and technicians with advanced degrees in electrical engineering, applied mathematics, physics, and computer science.
CAR Technologies LLC is an industrial-scale, commercial testing, modeling, and engineering partner focused on the effective assessment, calibration, and implementation of vehicle electrification technologies and advanced energy storage applications. CAR Tech provides a broad set of advanced battery testing and engineering services for hybrid and electric vehicles and stationary and motive energy storage applications, including testing, data analysis, and modeling services.
Cardinal Health 414, LLC is a distinctive type of pharmacy that prepares and dispenses radiopharmaceuticals and other critical care products to local area hospitals and outpatient clinics. Radiopharmaceuticals, which contain very short-lived radioactive isotope, are used to diagnose and treat a variety of diseases. State and federal regulations govern operation of a radiopharmacy to ensure the handling of radiopharmaceuticals is not hazardous to the employees and the general public. These drugs are kept in small quantities, which are individually shielded to contain the low-level radiation present in each vial or syringe. No measurable residual radiation is produced by its operation; no volatile chemicals are used or produced; no hazardous waste, as defined by RCRA, is generated by the operation. The FDA has approved all radiopharmaceuticals handled by Cardinal Health 414, LLC and deemed them to be safe for human use.
The ElectroScience Laboratory is part of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The Ohio State University. It is one of the largest Radio Frequency (RF) research laboratories in the world. Since 1942, the world-class facility has been involved in all aspects of electromagnetic and RF technology research.
Entrochem is a basic science company engaged in the discovery and commercialization of Green polymer chemistry. This novel chemistry is currently deployed in the manufacture of display films in entrotech’s clean room film production site at 1255 Kinnear Road.
Entrotech is a high performance polymer company. Entrotech's keen understanding of polymer technology has advanced the commercialization of new techniques across industries. Its development of film-based materials has helped move electronics, bio-medical, transportation and aerospace forward.
Honda Research Institute USA, Inc. (HRI-US) was founded in 2003 with a focus on creating new value through innovations in science for automotive and robotic platforms. Their areas of concentration include material science research, which concentrates on novel functional nano-materials and academic outreach initiatives.
IKOVE Venture Partners (IVP) is a "Startup Nursery" focusing on identifying high potential "Concept" technologies currently in development at leading US Universities and creating the right ecosystem for those technologies to develop into successful startups.
Metro is a small, intellectually vibrant, Ohio public STEM school open to 9th through 12th graders in the state of Ohio. It is an early college program focused on problem-based learning with an emphasis on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Metro’s mission is turning college aspirations into reality through personal relevance, academic rigor and transformative relationships. Metro students engage in a personally relevant and academically rigorous curriculum, which allows them to complete high school coursework at an accelerated pace and access professional internships and college coursework before graduation.
Nanotech West Lab is the largest micro and nanotechnology user-facility at The Ohio State University. It hosts a large variety of projects from other academic institutions, industry and not-for-profit organizations across the United States. More than 250 unique users have access to this state-of-the-art laboratory. The Nanotech West staff brings years of industrial experience and innovation to problems ranging from the design of nanofabrication full-flow processes to facility issues.
The Nationwide Children’s Research Institute/COG Biopathology Center is a collaborative effort between Nationwide Children’s Hospital and The Ohio State University Medical Center. It strives to fill biospecimen needs to support cutting edge medical research. The Biopathology Center provides a multidisciplinary approach to long-term acquisition and storage of biospecimens and imaging services for multiple national organizations including the Children’s Oncology Group, the Gynecologic Oncology Group, the Pediatric Division of the Cooperative Human Tissue Network and The Cancer Genome Atlas Project. The Biopathology Center is the only pediatric repository for pediatric solid tumor, and one of only two repositories for leukemia samples in the United States, Canada and Australia.
The Ohio Academic Resources Network (OARnet), a member organization of the Ohio Technology Consortium (OH-TECH), provides networking and related technology solutions for Ohio's education, public broadcasting, health care and state/local government communities. Since 1987, OARnet has identified and deployed shared services that reduce costs, deliver quality programs, increase productivity and improve customer service. Communities voluntarily participate in the OARnet consortium because they value these benefits and services. Ultimately, OARnet promotes community and economic development by expanding access to affordable technology.
The Ohio Technology Consortium (OH-TECH), the technology arm of the Ohio Board of Regents, delivers world-class technologies, information and expertise to provide Ohioans with a strong foundation for education and workforce, scientific research and business innovation. OH-TECH delivers business, communications and technical support to its co-located member organizations – the Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC), Ohio Academic Resources Network (OARnet), Ohio Library Information Network (OhioLINK) and eStudent Services – which provide a comprehensive suite of technology infrastructures across the state.
The Ohio State University Driving Simulation Laboratory offers a state-of-the-art facility for measuring driver behavior. The facility provides tools for evaluating in-vehicle systems for infotainment and vehicle guidance to ensure conformance with National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) driver distraction guidelines, as well as for investigating attention, stress, cognitive workload and other factors in the driving task. Vehicle dynamics can be altered in software to allow measurement of driver preference for different braking, steering and other vehicle handling characteristics.
The Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC), a member organization of the Ohio Technology Consortium (OH-TECH), addresses the rising computational demands of academic and industrial research communities by providing a robust shared infrastructure and proven expertise in advanced modeling, simulation and analysis. OSC empowers scientists with the essential resources to make extraordinary discoveries and innovations, partners with industry to leverage computational science as a competitive force in the global knowledge economy, and leads efforts to equip the workforce with key 21st-century technology skills.
The Ohio Library and Information Network (OhioLINK), a member organization of the Ohio Technology Consortium (OH-TECH), is itself a consortium of Ohio libraries that work together to leverage aggregated demand to cost-effectively provide Ohio students, faculty and researchers with the information they need for learning, teaching and research. Serving more than 600,000 students, faculty and staff, OhioLINK’s 91 member institutions include 16 public/research universities, 23 community/technical colleges, 53 independent colleges and the State Library of Ohio.
Center for Electron Microscopy and Analysis (CEMAS) is a centralized, coordinated imaging facility whose mission is to deliver new insights and solutions through world-class imaging and analysis to the research community at OSU and to academic and industrial partners in Ohio and beyond. They deliver world-leading capability for analytical electron microscopy. CEMAS will have one of the largest concentrations of electron and ion beam analytical microscopy instruments in any North American institution.
The Plumbers and Pipefitters Local Union 189 is a multi-craft union whose members are engaged in the fabrication, installation and servicing of piping systems. The Union provides training programs, five-year apprentice programs, journeyman training, instructor training and certifications.
Rev1 Ventures helps entrepreneurs build great companies. With the capital of a VC and the connections of an accelerator, Rev1 supports start-ups through the first phases of growth to increase their probability of success. Our team of experts leads an ongoing, data-driven process that ensures entrepreneurs develop products people want, and companies people need. Rev1 manages a continuum of investment funds made possible by the participation of Ohio Third Frontier and other strategic partners.
Syscom Advanced Materials is changing the face of conductive metal clad polymer fibers by engineering and developing conductive fibers that are the ideal balance of strength, flexibility, weight reduction, and heat, chemical and cut resistance. These fibers are used in the aerospace field and other demanding industries to meet the most technical design and application environments. The fibers are ideal for places which are too small or hazardous for traditional wiring. They are also the foundation of electronic textile applications, which have a limitless future. These conductive fabrics are truly flexible, soft and comfortable. They will be able to provide protection for the wearer or have built-in features, such as sensors or computing devices, which will have both industrial and commercial possibilities.
The Design Knowledge Company, located in Dayton, Ohio, home of the Wright brothers, Edward Deeds, Charles Kettering, and John Patterson. They believe that the continuation of this heritage of invention is critical to the viability of the economy and the security of our nation. At TDKC their mission is to provide distinctively innovative solutions in the service of the country.