CWRU and CSU Partner in new “Internet of Things” Collaborative
With a planning grant from the Cleveland Foundation, Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland State University (CSU) will partner in the development of a new regional academic collaboration to assess, promote and innovatively contribute to the vast interconnected network of devices known as “the Internet of Things.” With the foundation’s support, Case Western Reserve and Cleveland State will jointly identify and develop academic and research solutions to challenges that impact connected devices, while also preparing a future workforce to move the region forward.
First Medical Capital Innovation Competition to be Held This April
The first Medical Capital Innovation Competition will be held April 25-26, 2017 at the Global Center for Health Innovation. The competition aims to attract innovators with big ideas on the collection, management, analysis and optimization of healthcare big data. With $100,000 in cash prizes, the competition will reward the best innovations with meaningful funding, mentoring, and potential access to three world class healthcare systems and collaborators who can turn big ideas into new big business realities. Interested company and university teams can apply here.
Jobs Doubled Along Euclid Avenue After HealthLine
A recent report by Cleveland State University shows that the number of jobs along Euclid Avenue grew from 36,850 in 2008 to 72,080 in 2014. This coincides with the completion of the HealthLine and subsequent investments in University Circle, Midtown, and Campus District. The number of jobs that pay $40,000 or more grew dramatically during this period of time. This increase in high paying jobs correlates with increased employment in the healthcare, tech, and bioscience industries.
The BioOhio Annual Conference Comes to Cleveland
Since 1988, BioOhio has held an Annual Conference to spotlight trends in Ohio’s growing bioscience industry. As BioOhio enters its 30th year it heads back to Cleveland where the organization was founded in 1987. The 2017 BioOhio Annual Conference will be a celebration of statewide growth in all areas of bioscience, from medical devices, pharmaceuticals, lab equipment, and regenerative medicine, to agricultural compounds, alternative fuels, wellness products, clinical research, digital health, and wearables.
HTC in the News
CSU Study Shows Employment Growth in the HTC
A new Cleveland State University study shows that employment grew much faster in the Health-Tech Corridor over the past decade than in the rest of the Cleveland Metropolitan Area. The study was featured on Cleveland.com and WVIZ Ideastream.
Cleveland 19 News Features New Series on Health-Tech Corridor Startups
WOIO Cleveland 19 News will feature startups in the HTC in a new series that will air on a regular basis over the next few months. Check out the first story about BluBoard and be on the lookout for future videos.
Headlines From The HTC
Trailhead Biosystems participates in $300 million consortium
Athersys subsidiary enters into research and option agreement for cell theraphy
Mace Security acquires assets of Washington Laboratories
BioMotiv announces immuno-oncology startup with New Zealand university
Northeast Ohio Bioscience Career Fair 2/22 @ Tri-C Corporate College East 2PM-5PM Register
Access to Capital and Other Services for Small Technology-Based Companies 2/22 @Jumpstart 8:30AM-12:30PM Register
Impact Pitch Competition 3/11 @ Cuyahoga County Public Library, Parma 10AM-4PM Register
BioOhio Annual Conference 4/23-4/24 @ Great Lakes Science Center Register
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