Down the hallway from a bumper sticker that reads "Back Off. I’m a Scientist," resides Neal H. Haskell, a world renowned forensic entomologist in the Evans Arts and Sciences Building at St. Joseph’s College in Rensselaer.
MERRILLVILLE │ Another year of discovering the most creative thinkers and innovators of Northwest Indiana begins Friday.
This is a place where ideas and complexity come to life on the screen from the beauty of intricate French poetry to the grandeur of a massive blast furnace.
Can children be nurtured and yet learn boundaries of behavior? Of course!
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Like Thomas Edison, Gregg A. VanDusseldorp Sr. got his start in a small incubator of big ideas.
Those of us who have been around a while think we know our national park.
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One of the films featured during the Gary International Black Film Festival was called “Goners.”
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Is it possible for Northwest Indiana to blaze new trails in the complex medical field of advanced molecular cancer diagnosis and research?
Stone masons split blocks of granite older than the time of dinosaurs to make modern products like counter tops.
When Principal Angela Hambling of Rolling Prairie Elementary School takes staff out to celebrate, she always orders dessert first!
Talk to Charlie McGill, the new "entrepreneur in residence" for Elevate Ventures, and get ready to be inspired about the future for Northwest Indiana.
There's a "green shoot" growing in Merrillville that could lead to even more growth in the unlikely field of information technology in Northwest Indiana.
Is it possible the children of Northwest Indiana will discover the immense human treasure that exists in our region?
Imagine Northwest Indiana as a best-in-class resource for cutting-edge solutions to high-tech problems, from trouble-shooting to "what if" scenarios.
Sharing his story of being a young man confined to a wheelchair who just wanted to get to work, Ralph Braun invented a vehicle wheelchair lift that has given freedom to thousands worldwide while employing 700 people at Braun Industries.
Eleven region chief executive officers and one chief financial officer were honored by Northwest Indiana Business Quarterly magazine. They were nominated by readers and peers.
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