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Nov. 8, 2018

Reuters ranks IU the 54th most innovative university in the world

For the fourth consecutive year, Indiana University has been recognized as one of the most innovative universities in the world.

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Startups in the Spotlight

IU researcher-entrepreneur receives $245,000 STTR grant for startup

Dream Tech LLC is developing a methodology to reduce animal use in chemical toxicity studies

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Fred Cate talking with Gerry Dick on 'Inside Indiana Business'

Innovation in the News

IU's technology transfer process featured on 'Inside Indiana Business'

Fred H. Cate, IU vice president for research, spoke about the university's technology transfer process with Gerry Dick on his weekly program. Watch the four-minute video online.

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Save the Date

IUPUI to host free event for entrepreneurially minded women and minority researchers

The Entrepreneurship and Commercialization Summit for Women and Minority Entrepreneurs will take place 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 14 in the IUPUI Campus Center.

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Supporting Innovation

IU physicists awarded $2M to investigate neutrons

A grant from the National Science Foundation will support an experiment that could shed light on the existence of matter in the universe.

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Supporting Innovation

Interdisciplinary team gets $1.55M to draw upon social data for improving chronic disease management

A team led by Luis Rocha is creating a novel resource for epilepsy patients by employing innovative data- and network-science methods to produce an easy-to-use web service.

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Supporting Innovation

Kelley School secures $1.28M Title VI grant to support international programs

The Center for International Business Education and Research will receive $320,000 annually for four years. It will be one of only 15 such federally funded centers.

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Supporting innovation

IU researchers awarded $300K NSF grant to enhance student learning in humanities with digital tools

The cross-disciplinary Net.Create project will develop ways to use network analysis to support learning in the humanities.

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