The state is contracting with Minnesota-based Pace Labs, which has a location in Indianapolis, to test for “dangerous levels of dioxins” in the toxic materials.
The online platform allows young job seekers ages 16-24 to connect with employers who can provide job opportunities, soft-skill development and job-readiness training.
Don Lamb, a second-generation farner from Lebanon, succeeds Bruce Kettler, who stepped down from the post in January to become president and CEO of the Agribusiness Council of Indiana.
The award from the operator of the Indianapolis Zoo recognizes conservationists who “have achieved major victories in saving an animal species or group of species.”
Stellantis, which is also co-creating a $2.5 billion EV battery manufacturing facility in Kokomo, says the new investment will help retain 265 jobs across three facilities in the city.
Spinoff Atmus Filtration Technologies was originally founded in 1958 as the Seymour Filtration Co., based in Seymour, Indiana, with a single filter production line to support Cummins diesel engines.
From Amazon to Microsoft to Twitter and many others, tech companies nationwide have announced more than 200,000 layoffs since the start of the year. But is a different story emerging in Indiana?
Wade Wingler will succeed Julia Huffman, who is retiring at the end of March after 11 years in the position.
The company, which has developed an electric vehicle subscription platform, said this month it will use the funding to refine the platform and expand into new markets.
The Dean and Barbara White Family Foundation has committed $50 million for the undergraduate institute at the Mitchell E. Daniels Jr. School of Business at Purdue University, the school announced Monday.
Struggling retailer Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. disclosed this week that it will close 150 more stores in the United States.
Dr. Rachel Patzer, director of the Health Services Research Center at the Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, will join Regenstrief Institute on May 1.
Indiana University said the renovations at the IU School of Nursing at IUPUI will help increase teaching and simulation capacity in support of planned enrollment growth to help address a shortage of nurses both in Indiana and nationwide.
Purdue Board of Trustees Chair Mike Berghoff said the university will invest a minimum of $100 million to relaunch the school under the new name. A $200 million fundraising campaign will also be implemented.
The initiative uses programming from the American Hotel Lodging and Education Institute to provide a foundation for participants looking to get a foothold in the hospitality industry.
Consumers across the country continue to feel the sticker shock when it comes to the price of eggs, but is there relief in sight?
Jaypirca was approved to treat mantle cell lymphoma, or MCL. a rare blood cancer that starts in white blood cells in the lymph nodes for which there is no cure, according to Lilly. The disease affects about 1 in 200,000 people worldwide each year.
The proposed operating referendum would provide $50 million annually over an eight-year period to expand student programs and increase teacher pay through the program.
Liberation Labs hopes to build a network of facilities make products for “existing major food brands as well as the growing network of food-tech innovators.”