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    Micro Air Vehicle Research

    Using nature for inspiration, the Center of Excellence in Micro Air Vehicle Research has created a micro air vehicle (MAV) modeled after the dragonfly. The MAV has a seven-and-a-half-inch wingspan and weighs 10 grams—the weight of two nickels. There are many military and non-military advantages of having a plane this size, including rescue missions and spying on enemies in urban areas.
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    National Center for Medical Readiness at Calamityville (NCMR)

    With medicine as its core component, the National Center for Medical Readiness at Calamityville is a one-of-a-kind training facility for medical, public health, public safety, and civilian and military disaster-response decision makers from around the world. It is expected to generate a direct and indirect economic impact of $374 million to the Dayton region over a five-year period.
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    Wright State University & Premier Health Partners Neuroscience Institute

    The Wright State University & Premier Health Partners Neuroscience Institute will speed the transfer of research discoveries from the laboratory to the bedside, improving the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders. This major public-private initiative partners the Dayton region's strongest biomedical research institution with the clinical resources of the region's leading hospital system.
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    Knowledge-Enabled Computing (Kno.e.sis)

    The vision of the Ohio Center of Excellence in Knowledge-Enabled Computing (Kno.e.sis) is to move from computing focused on data or information processing to productive thinking and decision making. The center will transform the measures of success from storage capacity and processing speed to indices that reflect the quality of human experience and effectiveness.
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    Product Reliability and Optimization (CEPRO)

    To compete in a global market, Ohio must develop new technologies to continually spawn innovative products that require minimal cost to manufacture and sustain. Wright State's Center of Excellence in Product Reliability and Optimization (CEPRO) can simulate a product before it's actually made, saving companies millions of dollars.
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    Collaborative Education, Leadership, and Innovation in the Arts (CELIA)

    The Departments of Art and Art History, Music, and Theatre, Dance, and Motion Pictures have developed CELIA—Collaborative Education, Leadership, and Innovation in the Arts—a Wright State University Center of Excellence. Current and future CELIA projects will enrich the already-remarkable artistic climate in the Dayton region—an important tool for economic development.
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Wright State University's researchers, scientists, engineers and artists have joined their considerable forces to help business, organization, government, military leaders and regional developers to understand and meet the needs of their audiences and customers with creative efficiency.

The university's new Centers of Excellence cut across traditional boundaries to solve problems and create innovative solutions where humans work and interact with technology, from information technology to flight, health care to process control. Business and engineering principles combine with those from the fine arts and social sciences in a market-driven approach to find answers to customer questions and needs.

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