Entrepreneurs whose early-stage startups operate in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, medical device, diagnostic, ag-biotech or health information technology sector could win up to $25,000 in the BioCrossroads New Venture Competition. The winner receives a cash prize of $25,000 as well as access to the Indiana Seed Fund staff and the fund’s network of resources that provide… Read more »
Indiana University-connected individuals with entrepreneurial aspirations — including faculty, students, staff and alumni across all campuses and academic disciplines — will have something to celebrate July 1 when the Indiana University Research and Technology Corp. undergoes a reorganization to address challenges to entrepreneurs. Through this reorganization, the new IURTC will be positioned to more efficiently… Read more »
The Insights e-newsletter from Innovate Indiana is now available. Read more about innovation and economic development at Indiana University’s campus system here.
With the rise of the online text, e-readers and tablets, there has been a revolution in how people consume written information. The way most people write math, however, hasn’t changed in centuries. It was this realization that inspired Indiana University’s David Landy to create Graspable Math — software that allows users to “touch” and manipulate… Read more »
Two high-tech companies founded by Indiana University researchers and alumni were recognized as the best in the state during the TechPoint Mira Awards event on April 29. Arrhythmotech, based on research by Dr. Peng-Sheng Chen of the Indiana University School of Medicine, was named Innovation of the Year. DoubleMap, founded by IU alumni Ilya Rekhter,… Read more »
The Innovation in BLOOMington e-newsletter from Innovate Indiana is now available. Read more about the research, innovation and economic development at Indiana Univeristy-Bloomington online.
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 »
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 »
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 »
Nearly 20 entrepreneurs and innovators from around the state have come together for The Combine, a two-day event at the Monroe Convention Center in Bloomington. Innovate Indiana is one of the sponsors of the event, and we send best wishes to all attendees and speakers!