Local startup Identify Sensors uses nanopoarticle technology developed in the lab of CSE's C.C. Liu, to detect dangerous explosive, weapons, chemicals or other hazardous material in shipping containers.
Voinovich Park, North Coast Harbor, the Rock Hall and Great Lakes Science Center
, October 2, 2015
Scientists, inventors, artists, entrepreneurs and techies of all kinds will gather in Cleveland Oct. 2-4 for the 11th annual IngenuityFest. This year, the festival returns to the waterfront, with a focus on Voinovich Park, as well as continued programming around North Coast Harbor, the Rock Hall and Great Lakes Science Center.
Case Western Reserve University is among the region’s top institutions, businesses and organizations that are sponsoring the event.
Visit ingenuitycleveland.com for the latest news and event details. Ingenuity Cleveland is also looking to connect makers of all kinds across the region—join the Northeast Ohio Makers and Innovators Network by signing up at ingenuitycleveland.com.