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 up, some of them medical school researchers, who are trying to develop new therapies and devices in such areas as cancer, brain diseases and stem cells. GO HERE TO READ MORE.