While much of the glory for IU's world-class innovations focuses on Bloomington and Indianapolis, the university's six regional campuses make valuable contributions to economic development.
IU scientists continue to develop sideline testing device based on the Nintendo Wii gaming system.
Study will evaluate feasibility of establishing a Rural Center of Excellence at IU to address societal challenges, enhance a sense of regionalism, and advance economic development.
Delegates from across the U.S. learned how Indiana universities use community partnerships to foster entrepreneurship and economic development.
IU School of Medicine professor Thomas Hurley's invention will help discover better treatments for a debilitating genetic muscular disease.
First project under landmark educational partnership used behavioral-science tools to lower costs at three facilities, one as much as 26 percent.
Highlights included Jennifer Finefield serving on planning committee for session on female innovators and Brion St. Amour presenting on intellectual property.
Dave Wilhite and Brion St. Amour are promoted; Jerry Hunter becomes new SpinUp associate.