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An initiative to help streamline access to innovation in the areas of technology transfer, educational opportunities, and collaboration at the University.
The 6,400-square-foot MakerSpace features state-of-the-art prototyping, design and fabrication technology to assist students in transforming their ideas into practical applications.
CSU's joint technology commercialization and startup fund co-managed with KSU received a new $300,000 grant.
In collaboration with CWRU, CSU leverages its strengths in technology development, social and applied sciences, cybersecurity, and business to lead a wide range of research activities.
For over 40 years, COSE (Council of Smaller Enterprises) has protected and advocated for the small businesses in the region.
The Ohio Federal Research Network (OFRN) leverages the strength of Ohio's world-class public and private research universities, industry, and its uniquely valuable federal labs, to help revitalize the state's economy for the 21st century.
The Manufacturing Advocacy & Growth Network (MAGNET) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping manufacturers compete and grow under the leadership of a board of directors who reflect the breadth of manufacturing in the region.
CCI delivers the critical mass needed to bring ground-breaking medical innovations to market. Our disciplined, collaborative, and multifaceted approach has established CCI as a recognized global leader in healthcare corporate venturing.
JumpStart's mission is to strengthen the economic vitality of Northeast Ohio and the U.S. by helping communities realize their entrepreneurial potential.
Great Lakes Innovation and Development Enterprise (GLIDE) is a comprehensive regional innovation center, resource hub, and business incubator that supports all facets of the start-up, development, and growth of enterprises.
Professor of Chemistry David Ball writes about Cleveland’s many technology innovations, and why we need to take action to stay innovative, in this op-ed piece for Cleveland.com. Read it here.
Cleveland State University students can join future entrepreneurs from throughout Northeast Ohio in an intensive training and business development seminar that could help turn an idea into the next