Josh Baker and Craig “Dodge” Lile are considered among the most influential movers, shakers and tastemakers in the Indianapolis arts and culture community.
Rising Star chef Alan Sternberg dissects a favorite Cerulean dish
The arched steel trusses enabled the roof to cover a couple of acres without the need for beams, providing the vast and wide open spaces inside that would give the gazillion visitors to come in future years the sensation they had wandered into something that was part-gymnasium, part-national park.
Indiana inventors secured 30 percent more patents in 2015 than they did four years earlier.
And at more than 2,000, last year’s number is double the patents granted to Hoosiers in 2008, a low point for patents in the past two decades.
Bob Compton invests in documentary films today, but in the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s, he helped fund firms like Software Artistry, Interactive Intelligence, Aprimo, ExactTarget and TinderBox.
Biochemist has founded or co-founded five startups since retiring from Eli Lilly and Co. as head of biotechnology research 13 years ago, at age 50.
The technology designer customizes software and hardware made by other companies, making it hands-on and user-friendly for clients.
The workplace of the future will not be a specific location. It will more and more be wherever people find ways to temporarily interact.
The PitchFeast crowd votes on the best pitch, and the winner gets 75 percent of admission proceeds plus pro bono business services.
I still believe my decade-old vision is sturdy and world-changing, because even the best computers and algorithms are still able to answer only about 60 percent of the random questions asked by on-the-go people, doing real life.
If the 60 students in Don Wettrick’s innovations class at Noblesville High School aren’t willing to fail, they won’t succeed in his class.