Advanced and Alternative Energy
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Ohio has put a special focus on advances in the critical technologies needed for future generations of commercial and military propulsion systems. The goal? To create faster, quieter and more fuel efficient engines with less environmental impact than traditional methods.
Advanced Propulsion Features
q&a: lisa delp, executive director of ohio third frontier
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Startup veteran and Ohio native Lisa Delp was recently appointed Ohio Third Frontier's new Executive Director. In this interview, she discusses how far we've come in creating a vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem, and how Ohio Third Frontier's new focus areas will help grow our high tech economy.
Ohio's aerospace industry evolves into quiet giant
Thursday, March 10, 2011
The Wright Brothers may have gotten things started, but over the last century thousands of players have quietly built an aerospace and aviation economy that may surprise you in its reach.
Q&A: Dayton Development Coalition's Colleen Ryan on Ohio's aerospace hub
Thursday, March 10, 2011
In 2009, Dayton was named the state's Aerospace Hub, a designation designed to prompt additional investments in the region's -- and the state's -- aerospace industry. Colleen Ryan, the Dayton Development Coalition's VP of aerospace and defense, discusses the traits that have made the Dayton region a center of attention for flight, research and commercialization of new aviation and aerospace technologies.
Ohio Aerospace Institute: connecting the dots since 1989
Thursday, April 08, 2010
It doesn't always make the news. It's seldom in the limelight. But working behind the scenes, the Ohio Aerospace Institute is a facilitator -- a bridge builder -- the caulking in the cracks.
Miami Valley soars on wings of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
Thursday, March 11, 2010
If you think Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is merely a parking lot for planes and a layover for enlistees, you're as wrong at the folks who told Orville and Wilbur "it'll never fly." That's because behind those gates, alongside those hangers, buzzing in those offices, is a mega-engine of business that's critical to the Ohio economy.
GE Aviation to spend $200 million in Ohio
Source: Dayton Daily News
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