The technology could soon scale up to commercial-level production under a demonstration project planned by Hasler Ventures LLC.
“The Lume” exhibit, which launches July 27, will put visitors in the center of floor-to-ceiling projections of paintings such as “The Starry Night” and “Sunflowers” by Vincent van Gogh.
She started at the company as vice president of design and is now chief creative officer, meaning she oversees the brand’s signature product designs and works closely with the product development and technical design teams.
The new art gallery is an expansion of the airport’s existing arts program, which was launched when the new terminal opened in 2008.
With the help of a $2.3 million grant, Purdue University animal science professor Shihuan Kuang’s research will continue in an effort to better understand the origin and function of these newly-discovered stem cells.
Engineers from Purdue University, Whirlpool Corp. and Air Squared Inc. have developed a refrigerator prototype to help solve the problem of astronauts not having a fridge to store food for long missions.
Neuro Vigor says it will use $100,000 in early commercialization funds to “identify and validate” its lead drug candidate for the treatment of neuropathic pain in spinal cord injuries.
Mobile reCell announced Thursday it will triple its workforce, growing to about 70 employees by the end of year after opening a new headquarters last month.
In a push to bring more revenue to Indianapolis restaurants as they recover from the pandemic, Downtown Indy Inc. is introducing a new event on Monument Circle.
Chef Carlos Salazar said he expects downtown Indianapolis customers will be more open to the global street food he serves at Lil Dumplings.
Explore Interactive CEO Amanda Thompson said the partnership should accelerate the adoption of MindLabs products worldwide, “enabling us to nurture young learners everywhere.”
Monon Toys & Crafts opened at 6510 Cornell Ave. and is in 1,000 square feet of rented space previously occupied by Broad Ripple Knits.
IU said students, faculty and staff will need to be vaccinated “in order to interact with the IU community in any way,” including “being on campus, taking or teaching courses, being employed and/or participating in activities.”