Groundbreaking for $10 million Bloomington Incubator|
November 18, 2008
Indiana University's improving marriage between intellectual and entrepreneurial capital sweetens Tuesday when ground will be broken for its new $10 million Bloomington Incubator, one of IU's first major initiatives under its new Innovate Indiana program. The 40,000-square-foot facility, designed to accommodate both life science and Internet technology start-ups, is expected to be completed in July. It will be managed and operated by the IU Research and Technology Corporation and located on university property at 10th Street and the State Road 45/46 bypass.
View an archived copy of the groundbreaking
(approximate run time - 32:00)
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