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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.


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  • IU, Purdue to showcase startups, licensable technologies at Venture Club luncheon
  • IU Maurer, McKinney law students join IURTC as patent law externs in Bloomington, Indianapolis
  • IURTC announces technology transfer, commercialization and general counsel promotions
  • IU ranked by Reuters among world's 50 most innovative universities
  • Portable tool being developed to diagnose concussions on the sideline
  • SPEA project under IU-NSA Crane pact lowers energy use, costs through behavioral change

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