DAYTON, Ohio (Jan. 18, 2016) — The leadership of the Ohio General Assembly and Gov. John Kasich signed into law the Ohio Federal and Military Jobs Commission (OFMJC) in September 2014 to enhance Ohio’s competitive position in order to retain, grow and leverage jobs associated with Ohio’s significant military and federal installation assets.
WSRI’s Human-Machine Teaming for ISR Analysis contract is the largest award in Wright State University history
(August 14, 2015) – Wright State has received the largest government contract award for research in the near-50-year history of the university, an award that could earn up to $42.5 million if the contract runs its intended six years.
Dayton Business Journal reporter Joe Cogliano explains why Wright State’s $14 million award for lasers research is a big deal. Read story
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