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Dec. 14, 2017

IU Southeast, local business leaders address 21st-century workforce solutions

The university is developing a work-ready workforce to meet the region's challenges and pursue opportunities for the common good.

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IU's Joe Carley


UEDA Annual Summit summary: How universities lead regional economic development

Joe Carley highlights some of the best initiatives currently in place at universities across the country.

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Antimicrobial gel flowing from a syringe

Innovation in the News

Antimicrobial gel developed at IU School of Dentistry could improve root canal results

Visiting assistant professor Ghaeth H. Yassen's gel has advantages over traditional medications, including calcium hydroxide.

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IU's Patty Hollingsworth

Innovation in the News

IU employees develop high-quality sleeping habits using online program now available for licensing

Four-week "Sleep Great IU!" Challenge is now available for use by institutions of higher education and businesses.

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A close-up look at CyUtil's cyPIPES device

Startups in the Spotlight

IU-based startup launches system for virtual and augmented reality developers

CyUtil's patent-pending system allows developers to control immersive environmental conditions like wind and heat.

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IU's Nathan Alves

Startups in the Spotlight

IU-based drug-delivery startup aims to use nanotechnology to digest blood clots in lungs

Indiana Lysis Technologies has received positive preliminary results in demonstrating proof of concept.

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The B-Start cohort for 2017 stands in a group

Startups in the Spotlight

11 startups founded by Bloomington residents named to the B-Start program

Having opened up to non-student companies, the entrepreneurial program could have its strongest cohort yet.

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Mark Roger of Source River West stands inside the center


Source River West adds new entrepreneurship services via a Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust grant

The near-westside education and business support center will create a seed fund, offer bilingual Latino business services and more.

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Richard Messmann of Apexian

Startups in the Spotlight

Apexian Pharmaceuticals selected for NCI SBIR Investor Initiatives program

The Indianapolis-based company develops novel compounds to treat cancer by leveraging IP discovered at the IU School of Medicine.

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