New home for those who innovate|
November 9, 2009
Indiana University's new Innovation Center, a $10 million home to university researchers and private start-up companies, is on line. The facility is a key component of the president's Innovate Indiana initiative.
The 40,000 square-foot center, located on the east side of Bloomington, is considered an anchor for the new technology corridor developing along the 10th Street site and planned to expand north along the 45/46 Bypass. It is expected to complement a range of life science and technology-based enterprises locating in the area, including the new IU Data Center and the planned Cyber Infrastructure Building that will house many of the University Information Technology Services staff.
To view the dedication ceremony
(stream runs approximately 50 min)
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