The switch to battery-powered locomotives will reduce the amount of diesel fuel consumed by an estimated 40,000 gallons annually per locomotive.
A program chartered to fuel the state’s innovation economy has put money behind …
The company has found a way to do business by doing good for the environment with …
A Greenville entrepreneur finds a way to get more people to eat coffee ...
The initiative began after South Carolina ranked 37th out of 50 states in a 2021 U.S. Sustainable Development Report released by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network.
The South Carolina Research Authority recently accepted four new companies as members, while two others received new grant funding.
Applications are now open for the 2023 InnoVision Awards and if you recognize an individual or organization that suits an award, you can nominate them! The application will only take ten to fifteen minutes to complete, submit your application and nominations on our website! Applications are due by June 2nd to allow ample time fo[...]
Two new companies have been accepted as members of the South Carolina Research Authority, and four others have received new grant funding
April has been designated Innovation Awareness Month in South Carolina as a result of a partnership between the Medical University of South Carolina, S.C. Department of Commerce and the South Carolina Research Authority.
The InnoVision Awards Board of Directors is pleased to announce the Executive Committee for 2023. The Board of Directors voted unanimously on the proposed Executive Committee during the January Board meeting. The Committee represents various industries and regions in South Carolina and looking forward to leading the organization[...]
Does blockchain help real businesses? Blockchain is used by Walmart, IBM, Salesforce, Shopify, Honeywell….In fact, 81 of the top 100 public companies use blockchain internally. And none use it for crypto or NFTs. So what are they using it for? Blockchain is a business tool that solves problems of trust, accuracy and effici[...]
This CEO of a Columbia-based biosciences company will receive InnoVision's 2022 Dr. Charles Townes Individual Achievement Award at the virtual InnoVision Awards ceremony in November.