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Regional Campus Grand Challenge winners announced

The projects address Making Indiana Healthier, to gain a deeper understanding of Indiana's health care challenges, and Making Indiana Smarter, to emphasize the centrality of education in creating economic opportunity for all.

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Forbes: Indianapolis ranks high in creating tech jobs
Read the article, which ranks the Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson area in creating high-tech jobs.
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IU receives NSF grant to assist women, minority entrepreneurs

The regional NSF grant to IU, University of Louisville, and Missouri University of Science and Technology will help Midwestern female and minority entrepreneurs receive federal funding.

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Tony Armstrong: A call to invest locally

Read the IURTC chief's take on Steve Case's "How to Get Venture Capital to Places Left Behind."

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New IU Grand Challenge initiative to tackle environmental threats

Learn about the $55 million initiative to help Indiana businesses, farmers, communities and individuals develop actionable solutions to the effects of ongoing environmental change.

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IU-related high-tech companies recognized among state's best
Two high-tech companies founded by IU researchers and alumni claimed honors at the TechPoint Mira Awards.
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More than 120 education, industry leaders attend 2017 E2E Convergence

The annual statewide forum addressed creating more career-ready graduates with issues including quality of place, the advantages millennials bring to the workplace and what graduates care about when researching employers.

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IBRC develops analysis tool for U.S. Economic Development Administration

Innovation Index 2.0 compares regions in categories including economic dynamics, human capital, productivity and well-being.

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IURTC again named among global leaders in U.S. patents

IURTC takes a long-range view to protecting intellectual property. As the world-class researchers at all Indiana University campuses make discoveries, it is prepared to further their development through patent applications.

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