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Innovate Indiana is an Indiana University initiative that helps IU faculty turn marketable innovations into products and businesses that boost the state's economy.
Gill Seminar Series
Learn about insights and developments in biomolecular measurements, especially in the field of neuroscience.
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Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Conferences
"Impactful. Engaging. Interactive." Key players from industry, academia, government and economic development discuss how to advance business solutions in life sciences.
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Technology Commercialization Seminar Series
"Fireside chat" format gives faculty a chance to gain insight about the benefits and processes of technology commercialization from peers involved in such efforts.
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NSA Crane facility now available for IU applied research
Under a landmark agreement, IU students, faculty and researchers will be able to use the Naval Support Activity Crane facility as a lab for applied research.
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Johnson Center gets new name, expands mission to assist IU inventors
Based in Simon Hall, the Johnson Center for Innovation and Translational Research now works with the entire Bloomington campus to help bring promising research to commercial markets.
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Research shows women-led startups perform better
Research has shown that high-growth startups with women on the management team tend to outperform their all-male counterparts.
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IU sets institutional record in 2015 for patents issued, with 183
In terms of economic development, IU-licensed startups generated about $100 million.
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State commission approves engineering degrees at IU Bloomington
Addressing an identified opportunity in IU's portfolio, the program leverages existing strengths and is designed to support major employers and attract new industry to the region.
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IURTC tech manager will focus on Bloomington innovation
Wesley Pennington has been named discovery scientist to foster greater commercialization of work by Bloomington faculty and researchers.
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Technology commercialization procedures
Learn about these necessary considerations: Before your idea makes the leap into everyday use, you need to decide whether to find a sponsor company or form your own. Software developers need to consider licensing issues. IU's policy on intellectual property applies to anyone who uses IU resources to create it.
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