$20 million for Wright State meant to grow Ohio research


A $20 million earmark in the state budget will allow Wright State University to set up a statewide network to score a bigger slice of federal research funding.

Wright State Applied Research Corporation will use most of the money this year and next to set up “centers of excellence” at universities across Ohio, each catered to meet specific research needs laid out by NASA and the Pentagon.

Read the article from the Dayton Daily News (subscription required).

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