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In today's news we look at the Choose Ohio First Scholar Showcase hosted at Columbus State, Ohio State students participating in a hardware-focused hackathon, Ohio politcians working on lowering college costs, Louisville libraries helping to train local talent for tech jobs, and the University of Maryland releasing the results of their broadband quality in public libraries survey...

In today's news we look at Ohio finding its niche in the world of high-performance computing, Zane State College and Ohio University allowing students to transfer associate degree credits towards a bachelor's degree, a new lab offering a blended learning classroom, University of Akron lowering prices on some courses, and Intel and Cray being selected for a $200 million supercomputer project...

In today's news we look at the unveiling of the Ohio Supercomputer Center's newest supercomputer Ruby Cluster, Clark State planning to have tuition rebates to encourage retention, the University of Cincinnati School of Information Technology partners with Sinclair Community College, NetObjex announced the launch of SmartLibrary, a system that enables libraries to send messages to their patrons' mobile devices, and an increase in broadband equipment as fibre subscribers boom...

It was exciting to visit the remarkable State of Ohio Computer Center yesterday to help Ohio Supercomputer Center officials dedicate the state’s latest investment in state-of-the-art, shared, statewide technology resources — the HP/Intel Ruby Cluster supercomputer.

This new system is a boon for Ohio for many reasons – it promotes continued collaboration and efficiency around the state, it supports and strengthens our commercialization efforts, it helps to train a high-tech workforce, and its availability will increase the quality of the education and research here.

In today's news we look at municipalities in Ohio being connected via fiber-optics network, Kent State University planning to double their research spending, the OSU-OU venture capital fund preparing to launch, a Major League Baseball team using a supercomputer to help win more games, and the U.S. Department of Education releasing a guide for ed-tech developers...

In today's news we look at an OSUM professor opening the door to supercomputing for a Marion County student, Ohio State's President Michael Drake is sworn in as the universities 15th president, the US telecoms industry is speeding up with the help of Google Fiber, tech giants battle for classrooms in Amish country, and Cards Against Humanity has released a science card pack whose sales will go towards scholarship for women in STEM...

In today's news we look at a new STEM school to open on the campus of Youngstown State University, three Ohio cases where students revealed test questions to others online, Internet outages revealing gaps in the US broadband insfrastructure, EBSCO companies acquiring companies in New Hampshire and New Jersey, and Petroleum Geo-Services now has one of the largest supercomputers in the oil and gas industry...

In today's news we look at Downtown Dayton receiving gigabit fiber, Ohio State professors teaming up with startups to promote technology, Honda announcing a new program to boost interest in manufacturing, STEM students using a driving simulator, and supercomputers giving universities a competitive edge...

In today's news we look at parents being concerned with student privacy issues on Common Core tests, testing drones for prison security being put on hold in Ohio, Ohio State University faculty members fighting for the rights to their work, Obama announcing $240 million for STEM education, and the leading library ebook distributor OverDrive being sold to Rakuten...

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