Purdue board endorses One Health initiative

The Purdue University Board of Trustees gave its endorsement of the university's One Health initiative. The university said that One Health will "bolster the deep connections and research opportunities offered through Purdue University in Indianapolis."... Read More

Indiana University innovations land patents

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has awarded a patent to an Indiana University-led innovation involving Alzheimer’s disease research and two other innovations involving cancer treatment. The patent related to Alzheimer’s is for a method of using...... Read More

Lilly CEO on expansion: ‘The currency is speed’

The CEO of Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly and Co. says the increased investment in its future manufacturing operations in Boone County is all about speed. The drugmaker announced at last month's Global Economic Summit it was investing an additional...... Read More

Notre Dame startup VisiLocate aims to revolutionize breast cancer care

Three University of Notre Dame students are reimagining the way breast cancer patients receive treatment.  Sunghoon Rho, Ciara Dillon and Nicholas Ross, co-founders of South Bend-based VisiLocate, a company seeking to help surgeons find breast cancer tumors using a miniature localization light device, clinched the grand prize at the McCloskey New Venture Competition held in April.... Read More

Nuclear medicine booms in central Indiana

Inside a large manufacturing building on the northwest side of Indianapolis, officials at Cardinal Health are busy at work on their latest expansion project, yet another clean room for nuclear medicine. Already, workers have erected massive walls of...... Read More

Net loss grows for Inotiv amid DOJ agreement

West Lafayette-based Inotiv Inc. is reporting a fiscal second quarter net loss of $48.1 million, compared to a loss of just under $10 million during the same period last year. The pharmaceutical testing company said Wednesday that it has also reached an...... Read More