Indiana Company Making Device That Helps With Speech for Parkinson’s Patients

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A start-up company in Lafayette, IN is making news because of their new technology that assists Parkinson’s patients with their speech. The Indiana company, SpeechVive Inc. recently won a grant to develop a telehealth platform that allows speech pathologists to remotely program …

By Staci McFall
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Highlights From “Dipping Your Toe Into Science Careers”

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On March 22, students were invited to “dip their toes” into science careers through the ASCS Volunteer Fair held in Jordan Hall.  Volunteering not only allows the opportunity to give back, but also helps students build experience that can lead to internships …

By Mary White
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Indiana’s Bioscience Sector Faces Worker Shortage

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Great article from CRAIN’S Indianapolis regarding the shortage of bioscience workers in Indiana. If you are a student in health and life sciences looking for a great opportunity, consider looking at one of the many bioscience companies in Indiana.

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By Staci McFall
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Recent Highlights in Retail and Apparel

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Thanks to advances in technology, retail and apparel companies have all kinds of ways to keep consumers connected, even Hooked, to the latest coupons and incentives available online. It seems like there are always new platforms for shopping and socializing …

By Chris Klein
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IU Students Building Technology Startups

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Indiana University students are building technology startups and commercializing their own ideas with the help of the Indiana University Research and Technology Corporation.  According to the Bloomington Technology Partnership, students are “brainstorming solutions in classrooms, laboratories, libraries, dining halls, and …

By Mary White
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