Understanding the many entrepreneurial STEM research, development and commercialization initiatives in Ohio

Are you aware that some of the world’s leading STEM research and development initiatives are located in Ohio in areas such as cellular, molecular, genomic and regenerative medicine, biomedical engineering and medical devices, polymers, liquid crystal technology, aerospace and aviation, nanotechnology, agriscience and more?


All across Ohio, there are leadership, research, development, and commercialization organizations and initiatives that are creating the future.  As Believe In Ohio STEM forums are held throughout the fall of 2014, the video selection in this playlist will grow significantly.


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Introduction To The Innovation Economy Of Ohio

Explore Some of Ohio's Many Entrepreneurial R&D and Commercialization Initiatives

Click To Launch Video Vid ID Video Title Speaker Date Recorded
D01 Managing Innovation in Software Development Dr. Sam Babic
Associate Vice President (AVP) of Development at Hyland Software
2014
D02 Wright Brothers Institute Idea Lab Dr. Bart Barthelemy
Founding Director of the Wright Brothers Institute
2014
D03 Algae and a more sustainable future Dr. David Bayless
Professor of Mechanical Engineering and the Director of Ohio University's Coal Research Center
2014
D04 Ammonium and Urea Electrolysis – The Beginning of the Green Box Dr. Gerardine Bottle
Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Ohio University
2014
D05 Entrepreneurship, innovation, advanced materials & manufacturing Dr. Tom Brady
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Plastic Technologies, Inc.
2014
D06 Developmental Toxicology - (25:07) Mr. Jeffrey Charlap
Developmental and Reproductive Toxicologist at WIL Laboratories
2014
D07 Alternative energy & photovoltaic materials & devices Dr. Alvin Compaan
Distinguished University Professor Emeritus in the Physics and Astronomy Department at The University of Toledo
2014
D08 Bio-emergent materials for value-added products & biofuels Dr. Katrina Cornish
Endowed Chair in Bioemergent Materials at The Ohio State University, Ohio Agricultural & Research Development Center
2014
D09 Medical device developments Dr. Brian Davis
Professor and Department Chair of the Biomedical Engineering Department, University of Akron
2014
D10 Biomimicry's Impact On Medical Device Development - (33:38) Dr. Brian Davis
Professor and Department Chair of the Biomedical Engineering Department, University of Akron
2014
D11 Information Technology And Data Security At NASA - (29:54) Mr. Jerry Davis
Chief Information Officer for NASA Ames Research Labs, Mountain View, CA
2014
D12 Developments in the Field of Polymer Science Dr. Ali Dhinojwala
Morton Professor in the Department of Polymer Science, University of Akron
2014
D13 The Soul of Healthcare and the Importance of Big Data Analytics Dr. Colin Drummond
Associate Professor in the School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University
2014
D14 Clean Drinking Water/Curing Aids - A Catalyst for Entrepreneurship Dr. Kathy Durham & Dr. Harry Kessler
Professor of Biology, Professor of Microbiology; Both at Lorain County Community College
2014
D15 Membrane separations for drinking water treatment Dr. Isabel Escobar
Professor and Interim Assistant Dean of Research Development and Outreach in the Department of Chemical and Environment Engineering at the University of Toledo
2014
D16 The Power of Microbial Genomics Dr. Brad Goodner
Professor of Biology at Hiram College
2014
D17 Electrofluidic devices for biosensors, beam steering, lab-on-chip, displays, and electronic paper Dr. Jason Heikenfield
Professor at University of Cincinnati
2014
D18 Commercial Applications Of Advanced Materials Mr. Paul Hoogenboom
Group President, Tremco Roofing and Building Maintenance Division of RPM, International, Inc
2014
D19 Believe In Yourself: The Journey Of A Young STEM Entrepreneur Mr. JeShaune Jackson
Owner and President, BioComm
2014
D20 Regenerative Medicine Research In Ohio Dr. Fehmida & Mrs. Elizabeth Sump
The Cleveland Clinic, Lerner Research Center
2014
D21 Innovation for long lasting, smooth and safe highways Dr. Sang Soo Kim
Associate Professor of Civil Engineering in the Russ College of Engineering and Technology at Ohio University
2014
D22 The world of software and sensors and UDRI's "Work to School" program Mr. Kevin Klawon
Software Engineer in the University of Dayton Research Institute
2014
D23 Entrepreneurship & Innovation of unmanned aerial vehicles Mr. Connor Kress
2013 Graduate of the University of Toledo's College of Engineering
2014
D24 Innovation came from space – from Mars to Raccoon Creek Dr. Hans Kruse
Professor/Director of the J. Warren McClure School of Information and Telecommunication Systems, Ohio University
2014
D25 Air breathing & rocket propulsion systems Dr. Jong Guen Lee
Associate Professor in the University of Cincinnati's Department of Aerospace Engineering & Engineering Mechanics
2014
D26 IT & Technical Data Interoperability Mr. Michael Lemon
Chairman & CEO of International TechneGroup, Inc
2014
D27 America Makes and the exploding field of additive manufacturing Dr. Guha Manogharan
Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at Youngstown State University
2014
D28 Looks good, but what's it cost? Considering cost in Engineering Design Dr. Dale Masel
Assistant Professor, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Ohio University
2014
D29 Advanced energy developments Mr. Chris Mather & Mr. Ted Theofrastus
Chief Executive National Initiatives, Chief Counsel & Innovation Officer; Both at the Tech Belt Energy Innovation Center
2014
D30 Developments in the HIV & infectious disease fields Dr. Michael Para
Professor of Internal Medicine, Molecular Virology, Immunology, and Medical Genetics at the Ohio State University
2014
D31 Invention & Innovation, Challenges & Opportunities Dr. Majid Rashidi
Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Cleveland State University
2014
D32 The future of transportation – what vehicles will our grandchildren drives? Dr. Giorgio Rizzoni
Ford Motor Company Chair in ElectroMechanical Systems, a Professor of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, and of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The Ohio State University
2014
D33 Advanced materials manufacturing in the aerospace industry Mr. Michael Rudy
Vice President and General Manager of Teledyne Turbine Engines
2014
D34 Robotic resource prospecting for lunar water sources Dr. Kurt Sacksteder
Chief of the Space Environment and Experiments Branch at the NASA Glenn Research Center
2014
D35 The Importance & Value of a Career in Engineering Mr. Eric Sadowski
Chief Technical Officer and Co-owner of Mentor Radio, LLC
2014
D36 Emerging opportunities in Ohio's Gas & Energy Sector Mr. Daniel Schweitzer
Director of the ShaleNET Northern Regional Hub and Adjunct Geology Instructor at Stark State College
2014
D37 Crossover into the Twilight Zone: A Journey Limited Only by Your Imagination - 3D Printing from the desktop to the future factory floor Mr. Jack Scott
President and founder of Applied Systems & Technology Transfer
2014
D38 Unmanned Aerial Systems Program at Sinclair Community College Dr. Andrew Shepherd
Director for Unmanned Aerial Systems at Sinclair Community College
2014
D39 Technology & innovation at Procter & Gamble Mr. Uday Sheth
Research & Development Director at Procter & Gamble
2014
D40 Implementing Waste-to-Energy Dr. Reagan Silvestri
Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Lorain County Community College
2014
D41 The critical importance of art & design to innovation Mr. Greg Thune
Chair of the Industrial Design and Interior Design departments and the Director of the FabLab at the Columbus College of Art and Design
2014
D42 Sustainable Pathways Dr. Jason Trembly
Assistant Professor of mechanical engineering and associate director of the Ohio Coal Research Center in the Russ College of Engineering and Technology at Ohio University
2014
D43 Ohio's growing fuel cell industry Mr. Pat Valente
Executive Director of the Ohio Fuel Cell Coalition
2014
D44 Gaming technology and the startup of Multivarious Games Mr. Chris Volpe
Owner, Multivarious Games
2014
D45 Developments in liquid crystal technology Dr. John West
Trustees Research Professor in the Liquid Crystal Institute at Kent State University
2014
D46 How NASA's R&D Has Been A Catalyst For Innovation Dr. Woodrow Whitlow
Former Associate Administrator for the Mission Support Directorate at NASA HQ in Washington DC
2014
D47 The R & D centers of excellence at the Air Force Research Lab Dr. Robert Williams
Research Director for the Air Force Research Laboratory Discovery Lab
2014
D48 Air Force Research Institute's Gaming Research Integration for Learning Lab Dr. Jennifer Winner
Behavioral Scientist with Lumir Research Institute, Inc
2014
D49 The evolving role of molecular biology in health care; Next generation diagnostics and therapeutics Dr. Erik Zmuda
Molecular Genetics Technical Director in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Nationwide Children's Hospital
2014

STEM-Focused Speaker Topics

Entrepreneurship, Life Lessons, and Career Focused Speaker Topics

Click To Launch Video Vid ID Video Title Speaker Date Recorded
D50 The opportunity for achieving success in a rapidly changing world Mr. Clifford Bailey
President and CEO of TechSoft Systems, Inc.
2014
D51 The wide range of job opportunities in the Miami Valley that will be available to students interested in STEM Dr. Cassie Barlow
Executive Director of the Wright State University Aerospace Professional Development Center and the Advanced Technical Intelligence Center
2014
D52 Will you be a competitor or a bench warmer? Competing in the flat world Mr. Johnathan Holifield
Co-Founder ScaleUp Partners
2014
D53 The Entrepreneurship Ecosystem at BGSU – From Start to the Hatch Mr. Kirk Kern
Director of the Bowling Green State University Dallas-Hamilton Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership
2014
D54 Entrepreneurship, innovation, advanced materials & manufacturing Dr. Charles Matthews
Developing an entrepreneurial mindset to be competitive
2014
D55 Helping new ventures create consumer preferred products and services with sustainable business models. Ms. Melisse May
Owner of Lead from Insights LLC
2014
D56 "Venture Appalachia, Inc. and its Belief in Y{OU}" Dr. David Scholl
Former President and CEO of Diagnostic Hybrids, Inc
2014
D57 "Can I do my homework first?" Dr. Lisa Wendell
Workforce Specialist at Darke County Economic Development
2014
D58 Your potential career in STEM Ms. Namita Patel
Air Force Research Laboratory
2014