CRG was proud to be a Dayton Business Journal’s Business of the Year awards finalist in two categories. The company was a finalist in the “Community Supporter” category, and CEO Dr. Patrick Hood was a finalist for “Executive of the
CRG is pleased to announce that two CRG scientists, Dr. Richard Hreha and Benjamin Vining, are named as inventors on a new patent. “Chemical Mechanical Polishing Pad and Methods of Making and Using Same” is US Patent No. 8,221,196 B2.
CRG was a finalist for the prestigious Better Business Bureau 2012 Eclipse Integrity Award. These awards are given to Miami Valley businesses and nonprofits who model ethics, honesty and integrity for the community. All finalists were honored at a ceremony
In a recent article, the Dayton Daily News reported that the Russ Research Center has 93 percent occupancy, well above market averages around here or nationally, and is home to an array of high-tech companies, some doing top-secret work for
In March 2012, Cornerstone Research Group celebrates 15 years in business. The company was originally founded by Dr. Patrick Hood in his basement in 1997. Since then, CRG has experienced rapid growth and developed a broad base of experience in
CRG was pleased to host a meeting and tour with NASA’s CTO on Wednesday, February 22, 2012. With the media on hand, Peck and CRG CEO Patrick Hood discussed current and emerging technologies that have been funded by NASA’s SBIR
CRG CEO Patrick Hood was recently interviewed by WDTN reporter Pam Elliot. The focus of the interview was the investment NASA continues to make in the Miami Valley, particularly the SBIR funding at CRG. Dr. Hood presented several NASA-funded technologies
CRG employees collected over 2,000 pounds of food for the Greene County FISH Food Pantry in the company’s annual food drive. CEO Patrick Hood matched a dollar per pound of food collected with a final donation of $2006.30. CRG also