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Get to know Innovate Indiana
Innovate Indiana is an Indiana University initiative that helps IU faculty turn marketable innovations into products and businesses that boost the state's economy. 
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UPCOMING EVENTS
Apr. 28: NSF CAREER Awards peer-review session
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May 11: Funding Search Open House
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ASK A TECH MANAGER
How to help with the commercialization of your work
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In Part 2 of his discussion, Bill Brizzard tells you how to help make your technology successful.
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INNOVATION NEWS
IU-led team maps Zika virus protein to speed search for cure
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The team has mapped a key protein that causes the virus to reproduce and spread.
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Beta testing to begin on The Bee Corp.'s hive sensor software
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The Bee Corp. seeks beekeepers who operate five or more hives to beta test its hive risk-assessment technology.
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IU wins NSF grant to assist women, minority entrepreneurs
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Female and minority entrepreneurs will benefit from a National Science Foundation grant awarded to Indiana University, University of Louisville, and Missouri University of Science and Technology.
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2017 Education-to-Employment Convergence brings it home
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Statewide leaders talked millennials, career readiness and more at the third annual E2E Convergence at IUPUI.
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HONORS AND ACCOLADES
Two IU Bloomington professors awarded 2017 Guggenheim fellowships
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Faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences are among 173 fellows for 2017, chosen from a group of almost 3,000 applicants.
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IU grad student earns US DOE award to advance research on high-energy physics
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The highly selective grant will support efforts to advance detector technology at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
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Two IU Bloomington undergraduates named Goldwater scholars
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The scholars were selected from a field of 1,286 students nominated by 2,000 colleges and universities.
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IU chemist Yan Yu named Sloan research fellow
Yan Yu, chemist at Indiana University
The program recognizes early-career scholars whose achievements mark them as the next generation of scientific leaders.
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