Press Releases

National award for special contributions to medical education recognizes Ohio Supercomputer Center, Nationwide Children’s, Ohio State innovation
Ohio Third Frontier Commission recommends $2.1 million to establish center

Youngstown, Ohio – July 8, 2008 – The Ohio Third Frontier Commission has awarded Youngstown State University with a $2.1 million grant to establish a Center for Excellence in Advanced Materials Analyses in collaboration with Fireline TCON Inc. and the Ohio Supercomputer Center. The project will focus on research, analyses, modeling and commercialization of products with increased resistance to thermal shock and lower thermal conductivity.

Ohio Supercomputer Center's summer institute for middle-school girls marks 9th year

Columbus – July 1, 2008 – The Ohio Supercomputer Center announced the 2008 class of gifted middle school students who will participate in the Young Women's Summer Institute, a weeklong summer program that supports the state's efforts in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) by teaching skills and encouraging careers in these areas.

Columbus, Ohio – June 20, 2008 – The Ohio Supercomputer Center has selected 20 Ohio high school students for its 20th annual Summer Institute (SI), to be held July 6-19, 2008, on the campus of The Ohio State University.

During the two-week residential program, these gifted high school freshmen and sophomores will gain hands-on experience with some of the nation’s most sophisticated computer technologies.

OSC debuts Ohio’s first STEM Academy in Computational Science, Engineering

Columbus – Ohio’s first STEM Academy in Computational Science and Engineering is underway, providing select high school students and teachers with valuable skills in simulation and modeling.

Saturday, May 24th, 2008

Wireless broadband helps to overcome digital divide

May 3, 2008 – Throughout much of its nearly 200-year history, Crown City, Ohio, has been known as a way station for travelers on the Ohio River. The shipping artery brought boats, people, supplies and, on occasion, devastating floods to this small southeastern Ohio community.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — April 24, 2008 — Ohio students, faculty, and researchers will no longer have to look out-of-state for access to the most advanced nationwide network in the United States, thanks to a project in Cleveland that connects Ohio’s research and education network – OSCnet – to the new Internet2 Network.

Center would provide videoconferencing benefits to physicians worldwide

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April 20, 2008 - Many Ohioans do not have adequate access to high-speed internet service, which hinders their economic prospects and affects their quality of life. Solving Ohio's broadband challenges is the subject of this week's Town Hall Ohio.

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