New-technology veterans take hands-on approach: West Lafayette's IN-vivo Ventures aids startups

Spinning out university research to form new companies is a tricky proposition. But the partners who formed West Lafayette-based IN-vivo Ventures believe they can show would-be academic entrepreneurs what's behind the curtain. "If an entrepreneur is looking for funding, that's not what IN-vivo's about," said co-founder Chad Barden. "What we are about is identifying good, strong commercial opportunities that lack a business focus, and inventors who lack the business expertise to take it to market." Every day, scientists and engineers...

 

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