Two Indiana-based aviation companies have merged and plan to establish new national headquarters in Indianapolis. Jet Access and Eagle Creek Aviation say the merger will create a private aviation brand capable of offering a full spectrum of private aviation needs and will make Indianapolis a national aviation hub.
The global market for 3D printed medical devices is expected to grow by $2.3 billion in the next four years, says a global technology research company. While 3D printed medical devices encompass a variety of devices, it was orthopedic and spinal 3D printing that took the largest slice of the revenue “pie” in 2020. With […]
The Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute has released a new report on Indiana’s local income tax structure, which if relaxed, could shift hundreds of millions of dollars into local budgets, according to the report author.
Despite the urgency of treating a heart attack, the process of diagnosing one can seem painstakingly slow. In most cases, when a patient comes to the emergency room with symptoms of a heart attack, doctors will order a troponin test. However, the test measures a marker that can take up to six hours after a […]
An Indiana-based orthopedic powerhouse is launching the world’s first “smart” implant. Zimmer Biomet Holdings Inc.’s new Persona IQ Knee Implant is embedded with tiny sensors that—inside the patient’s knee—measure range of motion, step count, walking speed and other gait metrics. The data is delivered wirelessly to the cloud, so the patient and clinician have newfound […]
If the brilliant engineering minds at Rolls-Royce in Indianapolis know how to cool fire-hot jet engines, perhaps they could also help surmount one of the biggest challenges in the global distribution of Covid-19 vaccines: keeping them cold. The concept has crystalized into an Indiana-made freezer “pod” called ArcticRx, which its creators say can keep contents […]
The Thanksgiving holiday is traditionally one of the busiest and most important weekends of the year for retailers. And while traffic is likely up substantially from last year’s pandemic-impacted numbers, retail experts say everything from inflation to supply chain chaos is making it difficult to predict
United Way of Central Indiana is awarding $1.2 million in grants to 14 community organizations. The nonprofit says the recipients will use the funding to address homelessness, expand a nutrition program for Black people living with HIV, and support women in the welding industry, among other initiatives.