Midwest consortium gets $2 million to develop computing for manufacturers

Cleveland Plain Dealer

The Obama administration is awarding $2 million to create a new public-private partnership that will help institutions in Ohio, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan develop high-tech computing for manufacturers.

The award will go to the Council on Competitiveness, whose Ohio partners include the Ohio Supercomputing Center, the Ohio Board of Regents and Cincinnati-based Procter & Gamble, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown's office announced.

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