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    The School of Dentistry continues its legacy of innovation with a $21.6 million expansion. Read more »

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    Stimulating Commercialization

    The Indiana University Research & Technology Corporation works with IU faculty and researchers to commercialize their discoveries.

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    Funding Startups

    The Innovate Indiana Fund offers seed money to individuals seeking capital to start new business ventures in Indiana.

    Learn more about theInnovate Indiana Fund »

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    Fostering Growth

    Bill Stephan, the Vice President for Engagement at Indiana University, works to connect IU's intellectual and creative resources with business opportunities throughout the state.

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    Showcasing Innovation

    The Crimson Catalyst blog showcases new discoveries, discusses the latest trends, and highlights IU innovation throughout the state of Indiana.

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Every research dollar that IU faculty and staff bring in - and every IU invention that reaches the marketplace - translates into a stronger university and a stronger Indiana economy. -President Michael McRobbie