Any day, Stephen H. Collicott is scheduled to fly an experiment on New Shepard, the suborbital system developed by Blue Origin, the rocket company founded by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.
The Center of Excellence, a not-for-profit arm of the Indiana CPA Society, spent half a decade developing a training program to help number-crunchers get in touch with their warm and fuzzy sides.
The co-founder of Axis Architecture + Interiors says design is a collaborative, participatory process that’s based on research and listening.
The 8,500-square-foot house owned by real estate agent Joe Everhart and Ken Ramsay served as a clubhouse for seven decades before the couple turned it back into a home.
The $40 million redesign’s most prominent addition is a south lobby main entrance featuring an atrium with a massive window overlooking the court.
A professor in the Indiana School of Medicine is hopeful that an antibiotic cocktail he invented will one day improve the lives of millions of people, thanks in part to the Indiana University Research and Technology Corp., formed in 1997 to make work done by IU faculty and researchers available for commercial development.
The state has approved permits to let 13 distilleries sell vodka, bourbon, whiskey and other spirits directly to the public. More permits are under consideration.
Farmland-based North American Midway Entertainment stages about 150 events a year, reaching 15 million people.
The founder of Indianapolis-based Bowen Engineering Corp. becomes the 22nd recipient of IBJ’s Michael A. Carroll Award.
The section of Georgia Street west of the fieldhouse was conceived as a way to create an eye-catching Super Bowl pedestrian zone in 2012. The challenge since has been to find a sustainable role for the venue.
Stolen, who began his life with designs on a music career, will use his myriad personal connections to help the chamber find new members and funding sources and build stronger central Indiana ties as it works to become more regionally focused.
Walker heads Big Car, which he describes as an “art-based, creativity-based not-for-profit that’s focused on community development.” Put simply, it uses art to jump-start neighborhood involvement and development.
The company, which recently opened a $3.8 million warehouse/headquarters near the Interstate 70/Emerson Avenue exchange, has about 200 employees now but might have 500 within a few years.
Regulations that went into effect July 1, 2014, allow Indiana businesses to solicit capital from rank-and-file Hoosiers in increments of $5,000 or less per investor. The main stipulation: Both the business and the investor(s) must be Indiana-based.
Indiana has more damage from excess moisture than any other agricultural state, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Purdue University estimates losses to the state’s corn and soybean crops at $300 million and $200 million, respectively.
With only moderate fanfare, contractors recently finished boring the first, roughly nine-mile leg of the DigIndy project, the largest public works project in the state.
Michael A. Byers’ Tooth Bank is one of a tiny group of U.S. companies catering to the latest iteration of stem cell therapy: harvesting stem cells from the pulp inside baby teeth and extracted wisdom teeth, then culturing, freezing and storing them at a cryostorage facility for later use.