UC develops drone prototype 

UC inventors have announced that they’ve developed a semi-autonomous drone prototype to dispatch medicine or supplies to people’s homes. The team hopes that the drone will help bridge the digital divide that was exacerbated by COVID-19.

Renozee’s app available

Renozee’s newly launched app—which allows investment property owners and contractors to bid on projects, connect and facilitate payments– is now live in the Cincinnati and tri-state area and ready for download.

Gene-screening tool sheds light on lupus

Researchers at Cincinnati Children’s have developed a new “massively parallel” gene screening tool that sheds new light on lupus—and potentially many, many more conditions—which could open doors for developing highly targeted therapies.

Using radio frequency to monitor brain bleeds

Sense Diagnostics is starting a clinical trial that will use a headset that transmits a low-power radio frequency to monitor intracranial hemorrhages in brain injury patients.

Kinetic Vision receives award

Kinetic Vision has received the Ron Schallick award from the Hamilton County Development Corporation for its commitment to community through investment and job creation.

Fifth Third announces grant recipients

In a partnership between Local Initiatives Support Corporation and the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, The Fifth Third Foundation has announced the recipients of $1.2 million in grants for Black, woman-owned businesses and the organizations that serve them.

COVID’s effects on patients’ brains

A team at UC, in collaboration with researchers in Brazil, Italy, and Spain, have found a correlation between the severity of COViD-19 in the lungs and the severity of the effects on patients’ brains.