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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.


  • Indiana University Research and Technology Corp. moves Indianapolis offices
  • Indiana University Research and Technology Corp. reports $7.03 million in revenue in 2015-16
  • IURTC's Spin Up program now offering more business services to IU researcher-entrepreneurs
  • Cell lines developed at IU School of Medicine licensed to Canadian life sciences company
  • IU-based startup Arrhythmotech awarded $1.47M NIH grant to study atrial fibrillation, nerve activity
  • UK life science company licenses IU method to create blood vessel cells
  • IURTC announces four startups launched by IUPUI, IU School of Medicine researchers in 2015-16

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