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Army veteran pursuing MBA at IU Kokomo is the youngest economic developer in Indiana
Former Tipton High and Wabash College standout Nate Kring is running a LEDO and staying on the cutting edge of economic development.
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IU enjoys a banner year for licensing, patents and inventions filed with IURTC
In the wake of the success, IU President Michael A. McRobbie penned a column on the importance of public universities to a culture of innovation.
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Kokomo tornado takes its toll on tech park
Inventrek Technology Park took a hard hit from the August tornado that ravaged Kokomo.
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IURTC's Tony Armstrong writes about Indiana innovation for
Read his article, "Three Things You (Probably) Don't Know about Indiana Innovation."
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Cybersecurity, national defense are central to new agreement

A new agreement between IU and NSWC-Crane will strengthen the state's position to attract and retain new projects, jobs and talent.

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IU-backed WhatFriendsDo blazes new trails for female-run startups
The Innovate Indiana–supported venture offers an online approach to organizing help and supporting people when they need it most.
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Check out Crimson Catalyst, the primary voice of Innovate Indiana
Improved design and functionality are highlights of the new mobile-friendly blog site.
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CREED welcomes new members
The IU Council for Regional Engagement and Economic Development has three new members from Columbus, Evansville and South Bend.
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Regional campuses, partners encouraged to look at new guidelines for RED Fund
IU has revised the eligibility guidelines for its Regional Economic Development Fund.
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Three IU projects selected as finalists for UEDA Awards of Excellence
Three IU economic development programs are among 20 finalists for the awards, to be presented Oct. 16-19.
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Pence proposes $1 billion plan to enhance innovation, entrepreneurship
The plan includes transferring authority over the state's Office of Small Business and Entrepreneurship to the IEDC.
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