“What is now proved was once only imagined.” — William Blake, poet
- AKRU gets funding
- High school students & tech
- Business Impact Award finalists
- Miami U supporting students in STEM
- Virtual Innovation Challenge
- UC studies "fight or flight" mode
- Fifth Third launches new banking solution
- First Financial partners with AI firm
- Calling All Early-Stage Startups!
- What innovation do you need to find?
May 3, 2021
High school students and technology
Ohio Lt. Gov. Jon Husted announced a new pilot internship program called The High School Tech Internship Pilot Program in order to help connect high school students with technology roles at businesses in Ohio.
Business Impact Award finalists
The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce has announced the finalists for its annual Business Impact Awards, which recognize businesses that are positively impacting the community through innovation, creativity, strong business practices, and leadership. For more information and to see the finalists, visit www.nkychamber.com/BIA.
Miami U supporting students in STEM fields
Virtual Innovation Challenge
UC studies "fight or flight"
Fight or Flight is an automatic reaction to something perceived as stressful or scary. Researchers in a UC College of Medicine laboratory have identified one of the regulatory proteins that plays a role in how the fight-or-flight response occurs.
Fifth Third launches new banking solution
First Financial partners with AI firm
First Financial Bank has launched a new lending product by partnering with an AI firm to help it add customers who in many cases wouldn’t qualify for a typical bank loan.
Calling All Early-Stage Startups!
The Community Foundation of Louisville’s Vogt Awards is now accepting applications from entrepreneurs ready to take their startup to the next level. Get $25,000 in non-dilutive grant funding, plus coaching, mentoring, networking and education during this intensive 10-week accelerator program. Winners will then take center stage to pitch their product to the Louisville business community at Vogt Demo Day on October 13. Founders, don’t miss this unique and exciting opportunity to grow your business!
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