At a media unveiling Wednesday UC researchers spelled out the specifics of the agreement with NASA. The Space Act Agreement, signed with NASA's Ames Research Center in California, clears the way for collaboration in four key areas:
Intelligent Systems and Structures (unmanned aerial vehicles)
Nanomedicine and Biomedicine
Environment and Sustainability
Analytics and Cyber Security
UC students will also have access to the Ames wind tunnel, the largest in the world.
Hamilton County Commissioners approved the 2014 general fund budget Wednesday.
The $204.1 million spending plan was nearly unchanged from the plan presented by county administration. The only difference being redirecting $6.65 million in indigent care levy funds from the UC Medical Center to cover a gap in the Sheriff's inmate care budget.
Clearly, the majority of Cincinnati voters who went to the polls Tuesday were determined to shake up Cincinnati City Hall, electing John Cranley as their new mayor and changing the face of the nine-member city council.
Cranley, a 39-year-old Hyde Park resident who grew up in Price Hill and a former council member, easily defeated a fellow Democrat who has been one of the top vote-getters in the Queen City over the past three decades, Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls.
In the unofficial vote count, Cranley took 58 percent to Qualls’ 42 percent.
Warren county final results are in. Two school levies passed and one failed. The Lebanon School levy passed 53 percent to 47 percent. The Springboro school levy passed 74 percent to 26 percent and the Franklin school levy failed with 65 percent against and 35 percent for the levy. You can find other Warren county results here