Technology Enhancement Awards – Round 2: Request for Proposals

SUBMISSION DEADLINE – FRIDAY, JULY 08, 2016 (5:00 PM). A common critical gap in commercialization of technologies originating from the academic labs is the funding necessary to develop a robust commercialization relevant data package to reduce the risk of investment in early stage technologies. The Indiana CTSI and Indiana University School of Medicine through the … Read more

Biotech Startup Based on IUSM Research Launches to Develop Lung Disease Therepy

Indiana University Research and Technology Corp., which advances intellectual property developed at IU so it can be commercialized by industry, has optioned technology to Allinaire Therapeutics that could treat patients affected by lung-related diseases. Allinaire Therapeutics was launched by BioMotiv, a Cleveland-based drug-development accelerator. “They have demonstrated that a therapeutic antibody against this target has … Read more

IU Home to Cutting-Edge Research

As May marks the observance of National Inventors Month, some of the IU’s most prolific innovators are featured on one of its newest websites, Insights Into Innovation. Within each of its 12 panels is a short story that highlights not only an example of cutting-edge research, but the inspiration for such creativity as well. Please … Read more

Innovation Center Turns Discoveries Into Commercial Products

A newly-developed center is providing a platform for academic entrepreneurs to translate their discoveries into commercial products in the health care sector. Barbara Lewis sits down with the director of the Indiana Center for Biomedical Innovation. Click here to see more.

Indiana Center for Biomedical Innovation to Aid Life Sciences Entrepreneurs

A new biomedical business incubator created to help life sciences entrepreneurs bring their discoveries to market — and to patient care — marked its official opening Tuesday. The Indiana Center for Biomedical Innovation is located in the former Methodist Research Institute at IU Health Methodist Hospital, which has been updated with modern laboratories and other research resources, … Read more

New Platform for Translational Science

On March 15, the Indiana Center for Biomedical Innovation (ICBI) will host its inaugural ceremony at the Methodist Hospital Noyes Pavilion. The newly-developed center provides a platform for academic entrepreneurs to translate their discoveries into commercial products for health care and ultimately, improved patient care.ICBI is a nonprofit organization supporting life science technology development and … Read more

Turning Research Into Products and Profits

What’s even better than racking up lots of research funding and patents? Turning that knowledge into commercial products and technology. The Indiana University School of Medicine is trying to do more of that by opening a biomedical incubator on March 15. Already, the incubator, called the Indiana Center for Biomedical Innovation, has eight tenants signed … Read more