IU's Spin Up program spins out promising startups

March 2014
Indianapolis Business Journal;3/24/2014 Supplement, p36
The article focuses on the establishment of the Spin Up health program by the Indiana University Research & Technology Corp. (IURTC) in Indiana in 2011. INSET: IURTC connects established firms with valuable technology.


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