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Aug. 9, 2018

Indiana University among global leaders in patents received in 2017

For the fifth consecutive year, IU has been ranked in a report about intellectual property protection published by the National Academy of Inventors and the Intellectual Property Association.

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BioCrossroads launches seventh annual New Venture Competition

The deadline to apply for the 2018 New Venture Competition is Aug. 13.

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Supporting Innovation

IURTC named Tech Transfer Unit of the Year

The designation is by Global University Venturing, an analytics organization that tracks university startups and funds created to invest in university startups.

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Innovation in the News

Kelley MBA students win $15,000 for startup cosmetic company in Clapp IDEA Competition

As winners of the IU Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation competition, the pair will also have access to resources from the Johnson Center's startup incubator, the Hoosier Hatchery.

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Supporting innovation

Tech innovations, personal relationships, the Air Force and Indiana University

More than 300 professionals in higher ed, government and industry convened at IU Bloomington in May to conceive products and methods to maintain the U.S. Air Force’s air superiority through 2030 and beyond.

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Startups in the spotlight

Indianapolis high school adopts math educational tech from IU, IUPUI startups

Students at Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School can strengthen their math skills by teaching peers and using technology and services from startups launched by IU and IUPUI education experts.

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Elementary students use technology 'bugs' to learn in classroom

Innovation in the News

Elementary students learn complex science concepts using IU wearable technology

The researchers received funding from IU's Johnson Center for Innovation and Translational Research, IU's Faculty Research Support Program and the National Science Foundation.

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