Innovation in Bloomington

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Feb. 14, 2019

The Quarry has launched to provide resources for IU faculty, staff entrepreneurs

IU faculty and staff who are interested in launching startups can receive support through The Quarry, which assists in developing the business case, identifying potential funding sources and recruiting long-term executive talent.

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Supporting Innovation

Statewide collaborative organization IN3 advances high-tech research conducted at IU

The Indiana Innovation Institute streamlines processes and eliminates bureaucracy so innovations developed throughout the state -- including electro-optics, hypersonics, trusted microelectronics and target machine learning -- can be completed while the need remains strong.

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David Crandall sits with three men, looking at information on a laptop

Speaking of Innovation

Researcher using computer vision, machine learning to ensure the integrity of integrated circuits

David Crandall of the School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering appreciates how his work is being advanced through the Indiana Innovation Institute.

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Speaking of Innovation

Researcher discovering high-tech security that could be 100,000 times thinner than a human hair

Learn how chemistry professor Sara Skrabalak's work with inorganic nanomaterials is benefiting from her connection with IN3.

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Speaking of Innovation

Researcher is detecting Trojan horses embedded as hardware, firmware

Martin Swany of the Department of Intelligent Systems Engineering says his work with thermal imaging and electromagnetic probes is being furthered by his connection with IN3.

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Professor of Chemistry Gary M. Hieftje

People of IU

Chemist Gary M. Hieftje has been elected a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors

Hieftje's inventions have been licensed to six companies and are found in commercial instruments in use around the world.

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Supporting Innovation

Six IU Bloomington researchers receive nearly $150,000 from translational research grant program

Submitted projects were based on discoveries that had been disclosed to IU ICO. Individual project budgets up to $25,000 were considered.

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