• Officials cut the ribbon on the Indianapolis hub in March.

    Infosys Picks Indy For Training Center, 1K Additional Jobs

    Inside INdiana Business has learned that India-based tech giant Infosys (NYSE: INFY) will house a USA Training Center at the old Indianapolis International Airport site. The plans involve 1,000 new jobs, on top of the company's previous commitment of 2,000 new jobs as part of its downtown technology and innovation hub. Vice President Mike Pence will join Governor Eric Holcomb and others for the official announcement Thursday in Indianapolis.

  • Infosys originally announced its Indiana investment in May 2017.

    Infosys Cuts Ribbon on Tech Hub

    Governor Eric Holcomb and Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett will Tuesday join officials from India-based Infosys (NYSE: INFY) to cut the ribbon on the company's tech and innovation hub in downtown Indianapolis. The event comes nearly a year after the tech giant announced plans to locate in the city.

  • Colleges, Talent Led Infosys to Indy

    The chief executive officer of India-based Infosys (NYSE: INFY), which is planning to create up to 2,000 jobs at a new hub in Indianapolis as part of a major U.S. growth initiative, says Indiana features a "great university ecosystem" and has a strong pipeline in place for high-tech jobs. Vishal Sikka says plans call for a training facility that is designed for "zero distance" between the Infosys work force and customers in some of Indiana's key industries.

  • IN3, formerly API, involves major defense, govermental, economic development and academic stakeholders from throughout the state.

    New Name, First Contract For Defense Tech-Focused Institute

    Indiana Innovation Institute, formerly known as the Applied Research Institute, is kicking off a rebranding with the announcement of its first contract. The $2.3 million trusted microelectronics collaboration with Purdue University also includes researchers and personnel from the Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indiana University and the University of Notre Dame. The work involves rapid development of counterfeit-resistant technology that is immune to global attacks.

  • (Image courtesy of Greater Fort Wayne Inc.)

    New Women's Network Starts Up in Fort Wayne

    Greater Fort Wayne Inc. has launched an effort to drive connections among northeast Indiana organizations, networks and individuals supporting and empowering women. The GFW Inc. Women's Network will support career enrichment and professional development initiatives, as well as host events and programs focused on embracing diversity and boosting quality of life. Director of Investor Services and Programs Jami Thomas says it's the right time to establish the program.

  • Tom Guevara is the director of the IU Public Policy Institute. (photo courtesy IUPUI)

    Forum to Focus on Growing Micropolitans

    The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine will be in Indianapolis Wednesday for a policy forum focusing on "micropolitans" in Indiana. The event aims to help smaller communities expand their economies and innovation-led job growth. The forum is being hosted by the Indiana University Public Policy Institute and director Tom Guevara tells Inside INdiana Business calls it a "rare opportunity" for Indiana to learn from the nation's premiere...

  • (photo courtesy of our partners at The Times of Northwest Indiana)

    Berlin Metals Acquired by Ohio Company

    Hammond-based Berlin Metals LLC is under new ownership. Olympic Steel Inc. (Nasdaq: ZEUS) in Ohio has acquired the more than 50-year-old company, though financial terms of the all-cash deal were not disclosed. Berlin Metals President Roy Berlin tells our partners at The Times of Northwest Indiana he had been thinking about succession plans as he nears retirement age. He said consolidation was the logical path and he looked for a company that would be...

  • (rendering courtesy Junior Achievement of Northern Indiana)

    Junior Achievement Campaign Gets Boost

    A capital campaign launched last year by Junior Achievement of Northern Indiana has received a major contribution. The Fort Wayne-based Edward D. and Ione Auer Foundation has donated $1 million to the Casting the Vision campaign, which supports the organization's new Allen County campus.

  • (Image courtesy of Purdue University Northwest.) The Purdue University campuses have all signed on with the Ivy Tech Community College agreement.

    Reverse Transfer Deals in Place Among Ivy Tech, Five Universities

    Five universities in Indiana have signed reverse transfer agreements with Ivy Tech Community College. President Sue Ellspermann says the announcement moves forward Ivy Tech's goal of issuing 50,000 certificates, certifications and degrees per year. She adds "this agreement ensures students receive the degree they have earned, providing them a meaningful credential from which working students can get a better job and, as research in other states has found..."

  • (photo courtesy Marriott)

    New Hotel to Open in Jeffersonville

    Officials in southern Indiana will Wednesday cut the ribbon on the new TownPlace Suites by Marriott in Jeffersonville. The extended stay hotel features more than 90 studio and one-bedroom suites just across the Ohio River from Louisville.

  • William McConnell will serve as director of the Institute for Public Health. (photo courtesy University of Evansville)

    UE Unveils Institute For Public Health

    The University of Evansville has launched the Institute for Public Health. The university says the institute will provide hands-on experiences to students while addressing community public health needs.

  • (Image provided by Keating Supercars LLC.)

    'Supercar' Assembly Operation Planned For Purdue

    The England-based manufacturer of a car billed as the fastest street-legal vehicle on the road has selected the Discovery Park District at Purdue University for a showroom and assembly facility. Keating Supercars LLC will produce its first model to be sold in the U.S., the Viperia Berus coupe, which is capable of reaching speeds greater than 230 miles-per-hour. The company is slated to cut the ribbon on the showroom late next month and eventually ramp up production at Purdue to...

  • South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg's office is helping to coordinate the effort.

    South Bend Launching 'Lifelong Learning' Initiative

    A $500,000 grant from Google.org and Walmart (NYSE: WMT) is being used to launch an initiative aimed at turning the city of South Bend into "The City of Lifelong Learning." The project, led by the Drucker Institute at Claremont Graduate University in California, will give residents the ability to keep up with the skills needed in the workforce.

  • Tech

    • IN3, formerly API, involves major defense, govermental, economic development and academic stakeholders from throughout the state.

      New Name, First Contract For Defense Tech-Focused Institute

      Indiana Innovation Institute, formerly known as the Applied Research Institute, is kicking off a rebranding with the announcement of its first contract. The $2.3 million trusted microelectronics collaboration with Purdue University also includes researchers and personnel from the Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indiana University and the University of Notre Dame. The work involves rapid development of counterfeit-resistant technology that is immune to global attacks.

    • Infosys Picks Indy For Training Center, 1K Additional Jobs

      Inside INdiana Business has learned that India-based tech giant Infosys (NYSE: INFY) will house a USA Training Center at the old Indianapolis International Airport site. The plans involve 1,000 new jobs, on top of the company's previous commitment of 2,000 new jobs as part of its downtown technology and innovation hub. Vice President Mike Pence will join Governor Eric Holcomb and others for the official announcement Thursday in Indianapolis.

    • (photo courtesy Trine University)

      Trine Awards Innovation Challenge Winners

      Trine University has announced the winners from its fifth annual innovation challenge. The competition focuses on new ideas and concepts from high school and university students, as well as members of the community, that could be used for business and technology.

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  • Education

    • IN3, formerly API, involves major defense, govermental, economic development and academic stakeholders from throughout the state.

      New Name, First Contract For Defense Tech-Focused Institute

      Indiana Innovation Institute, formerly known as the Applied Research Institute, is kicking off a rebranding with the announcement of its first contract. The $2.3 million trusted microelectronics collaboration with Purdue University also includes researchers and personnel from the Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indiana University and the University of Notre Dame. The work involves rapid development of counterfeit-resistant technology that is immune to global attacks.

    • (Image courtesy of Purdue University Northwest.)

      Reverse Transfer Deals in Place Among Ivy Tech, Five Universities

      Five universities in Indiana have signed reverse transfer agreements with Ivy Tech Community College. President Sue Ellspermann says the announcement moves forward Ivy Tech's goal of issuing 50,000 certificates, certifications and degrees per year. She adds "this agreement ensures students receive the degree they have earned, providing them a meaningful credential from which working students can get a better job and, as research in other states has found..."

    • UE Unveils Institute For Public Health

      The University of Evansville has launched the Institute for Public Health. The university says the institute will provide hands-on experiences to students while addressing community public health needs.

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  • Manufacturing & Logistics

    • IN3, formerly API, involves major defense, govermental, economic development and academic stakeholders from throughout the state.

      New Name, First Contract For Defense Tech-Focused Institute

      Indiana Innovation Institute, formerly known as the Applied Research Institute, is kicking off a rebranding with the announcement of its first contract. The $2.3 million trusted microelectronics collaboration with Purdue University also includes researchers and personnel from the Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indiana University and the University of Notre Dame. The work involves rapid development of counterfeit-resistant technology that is immune to global attacks.

    • (photo courtesy of our partners at The Times of Northwest Indiana)

      Berlin Metals Acquired by Ohio Company

      Hammond-based Berlin Metals LLC is under new ownership. Olympic Steel Inc. (Nasdaq: ZEUS) in Ohio has acquired the more than 50-year-old company, though financial terms of the all-cash deal were not disclosed. Berlin Metals President Roy Berlin tells our partners at The Times of Northwest Indiana he had been thinking about succession plans as he nears retirement age. He said consolidation was the logical path and he looked for a company that would be...

    • 'Supercar' Assembly Operation Planned For Purdue

      The England-based manufacturer of a car billed as the fastest street-legal vehicle on the road has selected the Discovery Park District at Purdue University for a showroom and assembly facility. Keating Supercars LLC will produce its first model to be sold in the U.S., the Viperia Berus coupe, which is capable of reaching speeds greater than 230 miles-per-hour. The company is slated to cut the ribbon on the showroom late next month and eventually ramp up production at Purdue to...

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  • Life Sciences

    • Lilly Beats Expectations, Raises Guidance

      Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly and Co. (NYSE: LLY) is reporting first quarter net income of $1.2 billion, compared to a loss of $110.8 million during the same period the previous year. The company has also raised its full-year earnings per share and revenue expectations, driven in part by new products, including Trulicity, Taltz and Cyramza. Lilly is reporting first quarter worldwide revenue of $5.7 billion, which is a 9 percent increase over the first quarter of 2017.

    • IBRI Appoints Lechleiter to Board

      John Lechleiter has been added to board of directors of the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute in Indianapolis. The former chief executive officer of Eli Lilly and Co. (NYSE: LLY) also currently serves on the boards of Ford Motor Co., Indiana Economic Development Corp., Nike Inc. and United Way Worldwide. Lechleiter retired from Lilly in 2016. IBRI CEO Rainer Fischer says...

    • Federal Funds to Fight Opioids

      The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has awarded nearly $11 million to the state of Indiana to combat the opioid crisis. The Opioid State Targeted Response grants were created by the 21st Century Cures Act. Indiana’s award is part of $485 million being distributed to all 50 states and four U.S. territories.

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  • Health

    • UE Unveils Institute For Public Health

      The University of Evansville has launched the Institute for Public Health. The university says the institute will provide hands-on experiences to students while addressing community public health needs.

    • Lilly Beats Expectations, Raises Guidance

      Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly and Co. (NYSE: LLY) is reporting first quarter net income of $1.2 billion, compared to a loss of $110.8 million during the same period the previous year. The company has also raised its full-year earnings per share and revenue expectations, driven in part by new products, including Trulicity, Taltz and Cyramza. Lilly is reporting first quarter worldwide revenue of $5.7 billion, which is a 9 percent increase over the first quarter of 2017.

    • Rendering of Switchyard Park in Bloomington

      Groundbreaking Set for Bloomington's Switchyard Park

      Years of planning and preparation are coming to fruition in Bloomington as a groundbreaking ceremony has been scheduled for Switchyard Park in May. After CSX phased out services at the McDoel Switchyard, planning began for the 58-acre brownfield in 2012. Designer, REA, will break ground on May 11, just south of downtown. The park project includes performance lawns and a stage, multi-use pavilions, dog parks, water features, sports courts, wetlands, and other features. Axis Architectu...
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  • Ag INnovation

    • Superior Ag Acquires Closed Grain Storage Facility

      Huntingburg-based Superior Ag has acquired a previously-closed grain elevator in Princeton. The cooperative says the facility will increase its on-site grain storage capacity by 50 percent. 

    • This year's show is set for December 11-13 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds.

      Ag Publications Buy Farm Show

      Two Indiana agriculture publications have purchased the Indiana-Illinois Farm and Outdoor Power Equipment Show. Hoosier Ag Today and Farm World say the Indianapolis show will be renamed to The Indiana Farm Equipment and Technology Expo when it returns for its 40th year in December. The publications jointly purchased the show from Richard Sherman, who has operated the event for the past 39 years. This year's show is set for December 11-13 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds.

    • (Images of Suzi Spahr [pictured left] and Dana Kosco [pictured right] courtesy of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture.)

      New Director For Indiana Grown Initiative

      The state's signature agricultural marketing effort has a new leader. Indiana State Department of Agriculture Program Manager Suzi Spahr has added responsibilities as director of the Indiana Grown initiative. The ISDA has also named Dana Kosco outreach manager for the effort. Spahr has served as program director since 2016. She succeeds David King, the previous director of Indiana Grown, who left more than a year ago for a private sector position.

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  • Dan Sink

    Longtime Kite Realty CFO to Step Down

    Indianapolis-based Kite Realty Group Trust has announced Chief Financial Officer Daniel Sink will step down at the end of June. Sink says he plans to pursue "other personal and professional interests."  Sink has served as executive vice president and CFO since Kite Realty's initial public offering in 2004. He says his decision to leave is not due to any disagreements with the company.

  • Marion Underwood

    Purdue Names Health And Human Sciences Dean

    The Purdue University College of Health and Human Sciences has a new dean. Marion Underwood, who currently serves as dean of graduate studies and associate provost at the University of Texas at Dallas, will begin her new role on the West Lafayette campus in August. Underwood's appointment follows a national search that was narrowed down to four finalists. She will succeed Christine Ladisch, who has served as the college's inaugural dean since its inception in 2010.

  • UIndy Names New Dean

    The University of Indianapolis' School of Education will have a new dean this summer. The school will be led by John Kuykendall III, whose term officially begins July 1. He most recently was a tenured associate professor of education and the director of the School of Education at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Kuykendall oversaw 27 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in teacher education and educational leadership in Little Rock.

  • Kristin Grimme and Joe White

    The Mind Trust Makes Two Promotions

    The Mind Trust has promoted Kristin Grimme to vice president of school incubation and Joe White to vice president of school support. Since 2016, Grimme has served as senior director of school incubation. During this time, she has supported the launch of ten charter schools and Innovation Network Schools as well as the ongoing development of twelve more schools. White previously served as senior director of school support.

  • Financial Center First Credit Union Names New VP

    Gina Johnson has been promoted to vice president of human resources at Indianapolis-based Financial Center First Credit Union. She previously served as the credit union's director of human resources for four years.

  • Joe Kuntz

    DemandJump Adds Chief Revenue Officer

    DemandJump has hired Joe Kuntz as chief revenue officer. He has 25 years of sales and leadership experience, including a stint at ExactTarget, where he served as vice president of North America sales. Kuntz most recently served as executive vice president of sales and marketing at Bluelock.

  • Patrick Zaharako

    Fort Wayne Hires City Engineer

    The city of Fort Wayne has appointed Patrick Zaharako city engineer. He has served as assistant city engineer and flood control manager since 2013. Prior to joining the city, Zaharako worked for Commonwealth Engineers for about 20 years. He received an MBA from Indiana University, an undergraduate degree from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and is a registered professional engineer. 

  • Paaige Turner

    Ball State Names Communications Dean

    Ball State University has selected Paaige Turner as dean of its College of Communication, Information, and Media. Turner, who previously served as associate dean of the School of Communications at Webster University in Missouri, will begin her new role July 15. Tuner will succeed Roger Lavery, who is retiring from the position. She has also served as the executive director of the National Communication Association.

  • Kimberly Adams

    Lewis Wagner Names Partner

    Lewis Wagner has added Kimberly Adams as partner. She currently chairs the 2018 IndyBar Association's Diversity Job Fair. Adams previously served as a deputy prosecutor in the Marion County Prosecutor's office. She will help manage the defense of class actions, mass tort defense cases and professional liability matters.

  • Dr. Barry Freeman and Michael Kirschner

    Hendricks Regional Health Makes Appointments, Promotions

    Hendricks Regional Health has promoted Dr. Barry Freeman (pictured) to first vice president, chief clinical integration officer. Michael Kirschner (pictured) has been appointed vice president and chief physician practice management officer. Dennis Ressler has been named vice president of finance and chief financial officer. Also, Todd Davis has been promoted to executive director of information systems.

  • Bill Bradley

    LaGrange County EDC Taps Next Leader

    The LaGrange County Economic Development Corp. has named Bill Bradley its next chief executive officer. He has served as executive director of the Jay County Development Corp. for the last 11 years. Bradley succeeds Ryne Krock, who left in January after two-and-a-half years in the position. The IPFW and Ball State University graduate, who has more than 30 years of economic development industry experience, will begin serving as CEO and president June 25.

  • Michelle Widenhoefer

    ONI Risk Partners Adds to Team

    ONI Risk Partners has named Michelle Widenhoefer a small business and personal insurance risk advisor. She previously spent more than 20 years as an insurance advisor and residential lending officer.

  • Andrew Robarge

    Commonwealth Engineers Promotes Robarge

    Commonwealth Engineers Inc. has promoted Andrew Robarge to office manager of its new regional branch in Crown Point. He is a project manager with more than 10 years of consulting experience. Robarge has spent his entire professional career with Commonwealth.

  • John Lechleiter

    Lechleiter Appointed to IBRI Board

    The Indiana Biosciences Research Institute has appointed former Eli Lilly and Co. Chairman, President and CEO John Lechleiter to its board of directors. He retired from Lilly in 2016 and served as chairman of the board of directors from January 2009 to May 2017. Lechleiter joined Lilly in 1979 as a senior organic chemist, working his way from the lab to global leadership.

  • Kara Monroe

    Ivy Tech Promotes Monroe to Provost

    Ivy Tech Community College has promoted Kara Monroe to provost/senior vice president. The position was previously held by Dr. Steven Tincher, who will retire in June. Monroe currently serves as vice president, academic innovation and support. In her new role, Monroe will provide overall leadership for academic affairs and serve as the chief academic officer for the college.

  • Tiffany Whisner

    Coles Marketing Promotes Whisner

    Indianapolis-based Coles Marketing has promoted Tiffany Whisner to vice president of public relations. She most recently served as director of public relations & social media. Whisner will continue to lead Coles Marketing public relations efforts.

  • Susana Rivera-Mills (photo courtesy Oregon State University)

    Ball State Names Provost

    Ball State University President Geoffrey Mearns has named Susana Rivera-Mills provost and executive vice president for academic affairs. Rivera-Mills, who most recently served as vice provost for academic programs and learning innovation at Oregon State University, will begin her new role in July.

  • (Images of Suzi Spahr [pictured left] and Dana Kosco [pictured right] courtesy of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture.)

    New Director For Indiana Grown Initiative

    The state's signature agricultural marketing effort has a new leader. Indiana State Department of Agriculture Program Manager Suzi Spahr has added responsibilities as director of the Indiana Grown initiative. The ISDA has also named Dana Kosco outreach manager for the effort. Spahr has served as program director since 2016. She succeeds David King, the previous director of Indiana Grown, who left more than a year ago for a private sector position.

  • Ronald Rochon

    USI Announces Next President

    The board of trustees for the University of Southern Indiana has appointed Ronald Rochon as the university’s fourth president. Rochon, who has served as provost for USI since 2010, was chosen following a national search that included more than 90 candidates. He will begin his new role July 1, succeeding Linda Bennett, who will retire after nine years as president.

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      With a week until the NBA's official NBA2K esports league debuts, team members of Indiana Pacers Gaming are honing their skills and strategies. Pacers Gaming Director of Esports and Head Coach Cody Parrent, an Evansville native who has experience coaching basketball and soccer, says the training and teamwork involved in the digital world are the same.

    • Reaction to Vectren Merger

      A utility industry observer says he does not think the planned $6 billion merger of Evansville-based Vectren Corp. (NYSE: VVC) and CenterPoint Energy Inc. will have a major impact in Indiana. Doug Gotham, who serves as director of the State Utility Forecasting Group at Purdue University, says he is not aware of any recent mergers that have been shut down by Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, a key hurdle that remains to be cleared.

    • 2018 State of Downtown

      How is Downtown Indianapolis performing? Is it truly a talent and residential attractor? Leadership from Downtown Indy Inc. share data on the 2018 State of Downtown.

    • Spensa Technologies Acquired by DTN

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    • Healthy Hoosier Oil Rethinking Traditional Crops

      A sixth-generation farmer in Converse has found a new use for his crops, instead of traditional row crop farming, he’s growing canola and sunflowers to make healthy oil! How Healthy Hoosier Oil is also helping sixth-generation Hunt Family Farms in the process!

    • Stutz Marking 25 Years

      The rebirth of the historic Stutz building in Indianapolis is celebrating its Silver Anniversary. It’s been 25 years since Turner Woodard transformed the former automobile factory into the Stutz Business and Arts Center that now is home to artists and high-tech startups.

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    • Culture Matters: Milhaus

      With another installment of our monthly Culture Matters segment we spotlight the reasons for the rapid growth of Milhaus, the development company headquartered in downtown Indianapolis. We also take a look at some of their completed projects, and how their workplace culture translates to their projects and their customers.  

    • WEB EXCLUSIVE: Holcomb Signs SaaS Industry Bill

      Governor Eric Holcomb says a tax exemption for Sales as a Service is something that was brought up "again and again" in meeting with Hoosier tech executives. Indiana is one of four states to have approved this type of law. The ceremonial signing took place Friday morning at the headquarters of Indianapolis-based SaaS company, DemandJump.

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      Obtaining and retaining customers is critical, especially in highly competitive markets like the healthcare industry. But, differentiating your organization with an exceptional customer experience can help you stay ahead in the $3.4 trillion industry. According to McKinsey, 70 percent of buying experiences are based on how the customer feels they’re being treated. Now more than ever the customer’s satisfaction needs to be at the top of focus for companies looking to...

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    • Infosys Picks Indy For Training Center, 1K Additional Jobs

      Inside INdiana Business has learned that India-based tech giant Infosys (NYSE: INFY) will house a USA Training Center at the old Indianapolis International Airport site. The plans involve 1,000 new jobs, on top of the company's previous commitment of 2,000 new jobs as part of its downtown technology and innovation hub. Vice President Mike Pence will join Governor Eric Holcomb and others for the official announcement Thursday in Indianapolis.

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      Florida-based ISOFlex Packaging will Tuesday celebrate the opening of a third production line at its facility in Daviess County. The company, which produces specialty plastic films and bags, will add a small number of jobs as a result. The company has invested more than $4 million into the new production line. The facility originally opened in 2014 following a $25 million investment by Alliance Barrier Films, which was acquired by ISOFlex in January.

    • 'Supercar' Assembly Operation Planned For Purdue

      The England-based manufacturer of a car billed as the fastest street-legal vehicle on the road has selected the Discovery Park District at Purdue University for a showroom and assembly facility. Keating Supercars LLC will produce its first model to be sold in the U.S., the Viperia Berus coupe, which is capable of reaching speeds greater than 230 miles-per-hour. The company is slated to cut the ribbon on the showroom late next month and eventually ramp up production at Purdue to...

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      Indiana Innovation Institute, formerly known as the Applied Research Institute, is kicking off a rebranding with the announcement of its first contract. The $2.3 million trusted microelectronics collaboration with Purdue University also includes researchers and personnel from the Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indiana University and the University of Notre Dame. The work involves rapid development of counterfeit-resistant technology that is immune to global attacks.