Several new and growing training programs in central Indiana are designed to bring the next desperately needed generation of HVAC technicians up to speed.
Purdue University civil engineering researchers are seeking patents for an “intelligent” architected materials technology that can withstand severe bending, compression, torque and other stresses without permanent deformation or damage.
A new, AI-assisted form of thermal vision under development at Purdue University could one day revolutionize everything from sensors in self-driving cars to remote patient monitoring in medical facilities.
The first shovel of dirt won’t be turned on the $15.4 million terminal and runway project at Purdue University Airport until May, but university officials hope restore commercial passenger service for the first time since 2004.
Business interests ranging from individual companies to investment funds are seeking legal advice on the drafting of internal compliance policies related to environmental, social and governance issues.
To attract women, trucking firms are working to make their work less unpredictable and time-consuming.
The agency last year received $1.6 million from the federal Minority Business Development Agency and added $400,000 in matching funds.
The newest of Columbus’ mid-century modernist buildings were built in the 1970s, meaning some of the city’s notable landmarks need expensive repairs.
Indiana University’s undergraduate entrepreneurship program ranks sixth in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report. And both Ball State University and Purdue University offer programs that are among the 50 best in the country, according to the Princeton Review.
The initiative, which includes a study and recently received a $2.9 million grant from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, will provide participants with healthy food, cooking classes and even cooking utensils to attempt to move the needle forward.
KennMar is investing millions of dollars to remodel and refurbish the office park. The company declined to give a precise price tag for the project but acknowledged it is a little shy of the original $12 million it cost to build the complex more than 50 years ago.
Kyle Mohler founded Insignum Agtech with the idea of rearranging bits of corn’s DNA, then inserting them into popular field-corn hybrids.
Indianapolis-based THG Automation is one of several companies that have begun filling a need for more user-friendly devices that can easily adapt for a variety of jobs.
While the volume of sales has fallen off considerably since last year’s red-hot market, the number of days a house stays on the market has dropped in recent weeks—a development that many see as a sign of the market stabilizing.
Luna Lu and her team at Purdue’s Lyles School of Civil Engineering are among a handful of organizations worldwide dabbling in how to commercialize “smart concrete.”
North Manchester-based MPS Egg Farms employs roughly 600 people and keeps 12.1 million laying hens, which produce 9 million eggs per day for distribution across the United States.
The cold months pretty much always herald a drop in residential real estate sales. It just isn’t a great time to schlep around looking at houses. This season, however, is expected to bring a lower dip than in recent years.
When completed (just in time for the 2023 Indiana State Fair), the $50 million pavilion will offer 197,000 square feet of interior space.