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Two tech startups receive funding

JuggerBot 3D plans to build two 3-D printer prototypes to further the company’s research. Enyx Studios will create a trailer to market its new virtual-reality game. This is what two local startups plan to do with the $25,000 they each received from Innovation Fund Northeast Ohio.

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2 YBI Startups Receive $25K Innovation Fund Grants

Two startup portfolio companies at the Youngstown Business Incubator have received $25,000 apiece from The Innovation Fund of Northeast Ohio to help offset costs associated with equipment, development, and project validation, the fund announced today.

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State of the art: Tech growth on the rise in Northeast Ohio

A recent Forbes article posits Cleveland as the Midwest’s version of Silicon Valley. A growing hub for technology entrepreneurs, Northeast Ohio continues an upward trend. ... The Great Lakes Innovation and Development Enterprise, on the Lorain County Community College campus, is another of those resources. In addition to providing support services, GLIDE offers the Innovation Fund, a pre-seed funding program for startup technology companies, according to Dennis Cocco, co-director of GLIDE.

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SPR's pain patch is pleasing researchers

When conducting research, Dr. Brian Ilfeld tries his best to be dispassionate and logical. SPR Therapeutics has made that task difficult. The Highland Hills-based company's first product could have a huge impact on the world of pain management, according to Ilfeld, a professor of anesthesiology at the University of California, San Diego.

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Tech that produces more whiskey faster

Using its carefully guarded trade secrets, one small business is pushing new methods into the world of whiskey to address higher demand for the spirits.

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Website making ripples in water industry

Recently, someone from a local water technology company told Bryan Stubbs that the business might join the Cleveland Water Alliance. The main reason? It wants a subscription to Since last fall, the Beachwood-based website has signed up hundreds of paid subscribers, all of whom are somehow tied to the water industry.

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