IU scientists identify therapy with potential to eliminate dialysis need

Scientists at Indiana University have identified a therapy that could help reverse damage from acute kidney injury and eliminate the need for dialysis treatment in the future. Acute kidney injury commonly occurs after either cardiac surgery or prolonged vascular surgery procedures, said lead researcher Dr. Robert L. Bacallao, associate professor of medicine at IU School… Read more »

IURTC Outreach: Tony Armstrong selected for panel discussion hosted by Indianapolis Business Journal

Tony Armstrong, president and CEO of the Indiana University Research and Technology Corp., will participate in a panel discussion of industry experts about the life sciences Friday, April 28, in downtown Indianapolis. The Indianapolis Business Journal is hosting the Power Breakfast Series – Life Sciences event at the Marriott Indianapolis, 350 W. Maryland St. Registration… Read more »

More than 120 education, industry leaders attend 2017 Education-to-Employment Convergence forum

Subjects including quality of place, the advantages millennials bring to the workplace, what graduates care about when researching employers and others were discussed by panelists during the third annual Education-to-Employment Convergence April 20 in Indianapolis. The Education-to-Employment Convergence is a statewide forum focused on ensuring a smooth education-to-employment transition for Indiana college students. At the… Read more »

Congratulations to Subir Bandyopadhyay of Indiana University Northwest

  We congratulate Subir Bandyopadhyay, professor in Indiana University Northwest’s Department of Marketing, on being the 2016-17 Distinguished Service Award winner. The award recognizes distinguished service by IU Northwest faculty and is designed to recognize substantive, significant and sustained activities across the academic career while a member of the IU community. Bandyopadhyay also is the… Read more »

IU-based startup The Bee Corp. publishes annual report on its social, environmental benefit

The Bee Corp., an agriculture technology startup founded by Indiana University alumni Ellie Symes, Simon Kuntz and Wyatt Wells, has published its 2016 benefit report to its website. The Bee Corp. is a benefit corporation, which is a legal entity that allows business leaders to pursue socially and environmentally beneficial causes without violating fiduciary responsibilities…. Read more »

Speakers at E2E Convergence to highlight industry, education know-how for workplace development

A diverse group of speakers has been announced for the Education-to-Employment Convergence event taking place April 20 on the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis campus. This annual statewide forum focuses on ensuring a smooth education-to-employment transition for Indiana college students. The speakers will provide insight regarding workplace-development programs around Indiana. Representatives from higher education, state government,… Read more »

Education-to-Employment forum takes center stage during interview on ‘Inside Indiana Business’

Bill Stephan, Indiana University vice president for engagement, and Joe Carley, Indiana University associate director for economic development, appeared on “Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick” to speak about the April 20 Education-to-Employment Convergence forum at the IUPUI Campus Center. You can watch the five-minute interview online. More information about the E2E event, including a… Read more »

IU students, faculty and the public invited to April 19 presentation by AOL co-founder Steve Case

Steve Case, co-founder of America Online, will speak at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business April 19 at 6 p.m. His presentation, “The Changing Landscape of Entrepreneurship,” will take place in Room 2075 of the Hodge Hall Undergraduate Center, 1309 E. 10th St. The event is free and open to the public. A reception will follow…. Read more »

Bill Stephan, Joe Carley to appear on Inside Indiana Business TV

Bill Stephan, Indiana University vice president for engagement, and Joe Carley, Indiana University associate director for economic development, will appear on “Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick” this week. They will talk about the Education-to-Employment Convergence forum, which will take place April 20 at the IUPUI Campus Center. WFYI, the PBS station in Indianapolis, will… Read more »