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Feb. 8, 2018

The Innovate Indiana Fund: Supporting IU DNA

Founded in 2010, the Innovate Indiana Fund supports the creation and sustainment of a vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem in Indiana. Its focus is to help companies that have ?Indiana University DNA.?

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Gary Grumbling of the IU ICO

People of IU

IU continues to invest in intellectual property vetting, protection and licensing

Indiana University Innovation and Commercialization Office has added Gary Grumbling, pictured, and Stephanie Sellers as innovation and commercialization managers to help protect, market and license intellectual property developed at IU.

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The Bee Corp. CEO Ellie Symes looks at a hive through protective headgear

Startups in the Spotlight

The Bee Corp., an IU-based agriculture tech startup, receives NSF grant of almost $225K

The funding will allow The Bee Corp. to build upon its baseline statistical model of a healthy hive and look for anomalies in hive data that correspond to common threats to hive health.

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Two people sit at a table to solve a problem as a team

Save the Date

Register for AT&T-Indiana's third annual IoT Civic Hackathon

Faculty, staff, students and alumni of all IU campuses are invited to participate in this free event. There will be three major challenge areas for teams to compete for the best public safety innovations: IoT, mobile app development and data visualization tools.

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Distinguished Professor David Clemmer

People of IU

IU chemist David Clemmer is elected a fellow of National Academy of Inventors

Distinguished Professor Clemmer's inventions in the field of mass spectrometry are used in several industries. He is the Robert and Marjorie Mann Chair in the Department of Chemistry.

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IURTC's Jason Whitney

People of IU

IURTC hires Jason Whitney to strengthen IU-based startups

Whitney will secure strategic opportunities and partner with private and public organizations that provide IU faculty, alumni, staff and students with funding and resource opportunities to advance their startups.

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Woman performs an experiment at a lab table.

Innovation in the News

IURTC and AcceLINX form partnership to work toward new health technologies

The partnership is designed to identify and support further development and commercialization of marketable musculoskeletal health technologies developed at IU.

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Dream Tech's Kan Shao

Startups in the Spotlight

Dream Tech LLC assesses a chemical's toxicity through Bayesian dose-estimation system

A startup based on an IU innovation could help federal and international organizations conduct more-efficient quantitative risk assessments of chemicals in food, pharmaceuticals, pesticides and other products.

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