Light up a paint job with the flick of a switch!
A company called Darkside Scientific is blowing minds coast to coast with their new electroluminescent paint they call LumiLor. They're electrifying everything from walls to guitars to motorcycles, and the sky is the limit for what Lumilor's future capabilities could be.
The Innovation Fund has awarded $50,000 to North Jackson-based The Learning Egg. Funds will be used to improve their web-based application, Lightning Grader.
“[Lightning Grader] allows teachers to quickly and easily create a learning assessment, grade 100 pages a minute, and generate an analysis of student performance,” explains Elijah Stambaugh, CEO at The Learning Egg.
Two startup companies — one in Akron and the other in Medina — have each received a $25,000 grant from the nonprofit Innovation Fund, designed to help young companies at the earliest stage of development.
Danny Sheridan is a junior at Beachwood High School and he would like to light up your life -- or at least your home. He works for Mr. Beams, of Solon, and their bright idea is easy-to-install lighting.
Area business leaders gathered to celebrate success in commerce with the Golden 30 Awards.
The Golden 30 Awards, sponsored by Lorain County Community College and The Morning Journal, honors growing companies demonstrating world class performance. The awards honor 15 emerging businesses and 15 established businesses and are based on sales and employment growth.
Roy Church has helped transform Lorain County Community College from a solid institution into a regional asset and economic engine.