DAYTON, Ohio (May 6, 2015) – The Wright State Research Institute hosted an inaugural Health and Human Performance Research Summit at the Dayton Convention Center with more than 250 participants, many traveling from throughout the U.S. and beyond for the three-day event.
Dayton Business Journal reporter Joe Cogliano explains why Wright State's $14 million award for lasers research is a big deal. Read story
The research-focused arm of Wright State University has plotted an ambitious course to grow its research portfolio in 2015. Read story
What if you could tweak the settings of your brain to always resist temptation? Read story
Treatments like transcranial direct current stimulation (TDCS) now show promise as a means of treating depression, epilepsy, and other drug-resistant brain disorders, according to Michael Weisend, a neuroscientist at Wright State Research Institute.
Wright State Research Institute says it is looking to commercialize military technology as it expands operations. Read story
The heady world of artificial intelligence is where Michael Cox lives. Wright State University is where he works. Read story
A surgeon and scientist who has participated in NASA space research and worked at the Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency has been selected the first chief scientist at Wright State Research Institute. Dr.
With a long list of research and training efforts underway — and others in the pipeline — Dayton-area colleges and universities will play a significant role in helping the Dayton region weather looming defense budget cuts.
Wright State Research Institute is ahead of its ambitious growth projections, with new staff and portfolio companies being added in recent months. Read story
Wright State University wants expand on its new Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration facility with more equipment for research of neuroimaging.