Entrepreneurs with connections to Purdue University are turning to the Purdue Foundry’s Boost accelerator program to get a leg up. Three Indiana-based startups recently received $25,000 each to help push their products to market more quickly. Purdue Foundry Assistant Vice President Bill Arnold and ReproHealth┬áChief Executive Officer Jim Donahue share more.

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