Skip 1
Skip 2
Skip 3
Optometry professor Nicholas Port developed his groundbreaking eye tracker technology for detecting brain injuries in athletes with a grant from NIH.
IU School of Medicine professor Dawn Neumann started a company that is redefining the way emotional health disorders are diagnosed and treated.
Biomedical Engineering professor Ken Yoshida has developed a revolutionary tool to track bioelectric signals within the body.
Engineering professor Afshin Izadian invented a new class of power inverter that promises to improve renewable energy products.


  • Seven IU Bloomington faculty receive more than $160K from Johnson Center grant program
  • Improved career readiness of Indiana college students is the focus of second annual E2E Convergence
  • Biotech startup based on IU School of Medicine research launches to develop therapy for lung disease
  • IUPUI faculty members receive $85,000 in FORCES funding to commercialize research
  • Innovate Indiana Fund part of $18M financing for PrecisionHawk, maker of unmanned aerial vehicles
  • IUPUI mathematician launches high-tech education startup
  • IURTC technology commercialization official traveling to China for conferences, networking

IU News Room »


More Tweets »