• Top Videos

    • Showcase Winners Highlight Variety in Agbiosciences

      An ag startup that originated at Purdue University was one of the big winners at Tuesday's Ag+Bio+Science Start-up Showcase in Indianapolis. NutraMaize, which specializes in non-GMO orange corn won the People's Choice award and $2,000 at the event hosted by AgriNovus Indiana. The company's main product, Professor Torbert's Orange Corn, was developed by Purdue agronomy professor Torbert Rocheford and its original purpose was to help alleviate malnutrition in Africa.

    • Showcase to Spotlight Agbioscience Companies

      AgriNovus Indiana will today host its annual Ag+Bio+Science Start-up Showcase in Indianapolis. The event will feature presentations from the entrepreneurs behind six agbiosicence startups, two of which will receive a People's Choice cash prize based on an audience vote. Dan Dawes, senior director of innovation and strategy for AgriNovus, says the showcase continues to grow with more competitive and advanced companies being featured.

    • New Co-op Aims to Create 'Solar Movement'

      A group of Indianapolis residents have formed the first solar cooperative in the city. The Indiana chapter of nonprofit Solar United Neighbors will allow members to purchase and install solar panels using a single installer at a group rate. SUN Indiana Program Director Zach Schalk says the organization is focused on building a solar movement in Indiana by fighting for better solar policies in the state.

    • Mira Awards 2019: Tech Scale-Up of the Year

      Indiana’s tech initiative TechPoint honored the best in Indiana technology and innovation at its 20thAnnual Mira Awards. The annual gala took place in front of a sold-out crowd of 1,400 attendees, which was the largest total in the program's history. The honorees came from a list of over 100 companies, organizations and individual nominees.

    • Mira Awards 2019: Innovation of the Year

      Innovative Neurological Devices has created an affordable medical device that treats anxiety, insomnia and depression without using drugs. Their flagship product, Cervella, earned the Innovation of the Year Award. CEO Bart Waclawik explains how the headphones seamlessly integrate treatment electrodes allowing patients to receive treatment anywhere at any time.

    • Mira Awards 2019: New Tech Product of the Year

      This year’s Mira Award for New Tech Product has its roots at the University of Notre Dame and with the U.S. military. Find out more about how SIMBA Chain says it is revolutionizing the consumer end of technology.

  • The Show

    • Indy Airport Teams Up for Employer Health

      In our Business of Health segment, we revisit Indiana’s On Target Health…a company gaining traction for its success in helping create healthier workplaces.  We’ll explain how the company helps employers assist their workers in losing weight.

    • (i) on Economic Development: New Pacers Deal

      The Indiana Pacers and Capital Improvement Board recently reached a deal to keep the Pacers and Fever in town for the long-term, Governor Holcomb signs a Hate Crimes Bill and there were more retail closures in the U.S. through the first week in April YTD than in all of 2018, there’s a lot to discuss in the world of economic development in Indiana. Leadership from KSM Location Advisors have insight on these topics.

    • New Vision for All-Star Game

      For many basketball fans, the Indiana Kentucky High School All-Star Game is a yearly “can’t miss” rivalry featuring the best players from both states.  The new game director has a new vision for the game.

    • Decatur Schools Piloting Social Emotional Curriculum

      The Metropolitan School District of Decatur Township has added new social emotional learning programs to help students of all ages develop deeper relationships and greater understanding of social and emotional education. The district is integrating two strategies designed to drastically improve school climate as well as student’s mental health, social skills and overall academic achievement.

    • INnovators: Peak XV Marketing

      One of the biggest challenges for retailers?  How to drive people from their desktops and mobile devices…into their stores.  Dr. K explains how Peak XV Marketing’s new Close the Loop works.

    • Mira Awards 2019: Tech Educator of the Year

      Ariel Crawley is a dedicated leader, mentor, and advocate for the Ivy Works program at Ivy Tech Community College...it’s a unique partnership with Indy Women in Tech. Learn how this Tech Educator of the Year forges relationships with students and companies and the impact she is having on the tech community.

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  • Perspectives

    • Indiana's Rural Digital Divide is Real, But There Are Solutions

      While the digital divide may be shrinking in the United States, it is getting wider in our nation’s rural communities, and this is costing these communities $47 billion a year, according to a recent study by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Amazon. With a rural population of roughly 22 percent, Indiana has reason to be concerned. The digital divide—a gap in access to information and communications technology— was generally seen as shrinking in recent years with the...