Robotics mission: GLSC students travel to Ecuador to fit needy children with prosthetics
Earlier this year, students from four CMSD high schools in the Great Lakes Science Center's Robotics Initiative created prosthetic arms and hands and then traveled to Quito, Ecuador, where they helped nonprofit IMAHelps fit children in need with the prosthetics.
Make it better: Cleveland makers embrace innovation as a benchmark of growth
Building a transformative technology and forward-thinking are two key elements behind MAGNET's Make It Better: A Blueprint for Manufacturing in Northeast Ohio. Three local innovators—CLEANR, Skuld, and Seraphina Safety—share their tips for success and how they stick to the blueprint.
New cybersecurity compliance a potential boon for local manufacturing firms
Manufacturing companies are learning the importance of achieving the Department of Defense's Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification, and the benefits that come along with it.
A whole new world: Manufacturing offers fruitful opportunities in ‘non-traditional’ jobs
When thinking about manufacturing jobs, often the first thing that comes to mind is dank dystopian machinery, soot-covered workers, and welding masks. But today's manufacturing field holds opportunities that can actually be quite glamorous.
Cuyahoga County initiative seeks to bridge the region’s digital divide
A partnership between Cuyahoga County, the State of Ohio, and PCs for People aims to increase access to broadband internet connections in Greater Cleveland households with affordable service plans.
The dawn of ChatGPT: Artificial intelligence could be a boon for the manufacturing supply chain
It seems like the world is watching how the new AI platform ChatGPT can help students write papers or cheat on exams, but what can this AI technology do for the future of the manufacturing industry? MAGNET CEO Ethan Karp talks about the possibilities.
Greater Cleveland Partnership Tech Week starts Tuesday
Cleveland Greater Partnership Tech Week begin this week at various Northeast Ohio locations. Get the details on the career expo, Tech Awards and more here.
Making connections: DigitalC rolls out high-speed connections in seven neighborhoods
DigitalC, the local nonprofit that is focused on connecting the unconnected, has expanded its high-speed internet connections in seven different Cleveland neighborhoods—including about 1,000 residents in four CMHA properties.  
Housing Court is in session at the Cleveland Public Library
To make it easier for people to attend their Cleveland Housing Court dates, the court and the Cleveland Public Library will open a remote kiosk at CPL's South Branch in Clark-Fulton next week.
Ashbury Community Center celebrates new AT&T Learning Center with block party, free computers
In March, AT&T opened its second Cleveland Connected Leaning Center at the Ashbury Senior Computer Community Center. In April, a block party in the Glenville center celebrated the opening, new high-speed fiber internet in the neighborhood, and affordable connectivity. 
AT&T continues to close CLE's digital divide with investment in Glenville
On its quest to narrow the digital divide, AT&T opened its second Connected Leaning Center earlier this month at Ashbury Senior Computer Community Center in Glenville, and announced the availability of AT&T Fiber to hundreds of homes in the neighborhood.
Narrowing the gap: AT&T unveils its second Connected Learning Center, expanded internet in Glenville
Today, AT&T opens its second Cleveland Connected Learning Center and will announce the expansion of its fiber network in Glenville.
New eco-friendly HealthLine buses mark a milestone for the storied transit line
Thirteen years after city officals cut the ribbon on the  Euclid Corridor Transportation Project, the once-futuristic fleet of 60-foot-long bus-rapid transits on the RTA HealthLine have been replaced with the next generation of eco-friendly vehicles.
Linked: AT&T Connected Learning Center opens at Esperanza, plugs in the Clark-Fulton community
With 14 Dell PCs equipped with a range of software, the now-open AT&T Connected Learning Center in Esperanza is meant to add ammunition to one of Cleveland’s sorest setbacks—fixing its digital divide.
Bridging the digital divide: AT&T to unveil its Connected Learning Center at Esperanza this week
ATT&T will debut its Connected Learning Center at Esperanza this Wednesday as an effort to close the digital divide in Cleveland.
Gaining independence: After 34 years, Ben is living on his own
Since age three Ben Hill has lived with autism and other health issues, which prompted his mother, Cindy, to be a full-time caregiver. Now, at age 34, and thanks to technology, Ben is finally on his own, and Cindy is able to enjoy her own independence as well.
On the rise: Mapleside Farms owner Greg Clement launches outRise app for adventures near and far
Greg Clement's outRise app invites users to find, create, and share life's experiences—whether they're in one's own backyard or on the other side of the world. 
Cleveland is the nation's least connected city. This Bolivian transplant wants to change that.
Rolando Alvarez is kicking down doors to the knowledge of the world—the Internet. After working to bring high-speed Internet to rural villages in his native Bolivia, Alvarez's mission now is to connect more than 27,000 households around Cleveland in tandem with DigitalC.
Tell me a story: Teachers and students at Menlo Park Academy stay connected through reading
There's nothing like a good book, and Menlo Park Academy fifth graders are ensuring their younger classmates get their reading time in by recording books for YouTube.
This Cleveland inventor is putting Mario Kart lovers in the driver's seat with a real-life version
Leave it to someone who works at Case Western Reserve University’s Sears think[box] to think out of the box. Ian Charnas' newest project is sure to appeal to lovers of Nintendo, nostalgia, and go-karting by bringing Mario Kart to life.