The Indiana Biosciences Research Institute will soon be relocating its headquarters to the new 16 Tech Innovation Building 1 in a move expected to open more doors for collaboration. Launched nearly 10 years ago, the non-profit research institute bridges university investigators with life sciences companies to spark innovations. Business of Health reporter Kylie Veleta talks with IBRI Facilities and Lab Operations Manager Natalie Stull about the move and what’s next.

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