Society Of Innovators Of Northwest Indiana
MERRILLVILLE │ Another year of discovering the most creative thinkers and innovators of Northwest Indiana begins Friday.
A key report on Northwest Indiana's economy Monday showed productivity is up, but not because more workers have been hired. In Northwest Indiana, at least, this seems to be the jobless recovery everyone has been worried about.
HOBART | The Society of Innovators of Northwest Indiana, as part of Ivy Tech Northwest's Gerald I. Lamkin Innovation & Entrepreneurship Center, will host an evening of out-of-the-box thinking April 18.
In the past, symphony orchestras were enthusiastically supported simply for perpetuating the symphonic art form. When the Gary Symphony presented its first concert in December 1941, it was because people were interested in playing and hearing classical music.
HAMMOND | Recently recognized by The Society of Innovators of Northwest Indiana, Purdue University Calumet’s cutting edge Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation will host a day of Celebrating Innovation, Thursday, Nov. 29.
Which best describes the Purdue Technology Center of Northwest Indiana?
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.
HAMMOND | A diversity of innovation across Northwest Indiana was recognized Tuesday at the Indiana Welcome Center.
Talk to Charlie McGill, the new "entrepreneur in residence" for Elevate Ventures, and get ready to be inspired about the future for Northwest Indiana.
Is it possible the children of Northwest Indiana will discover the immense human treasure that exists in our region?
What do the Crossroads Regional Chamber, Gary Chamber, Lakeshore Chamber, Michigan City Area Chamber, Starke County Chamber and the Greater Valparaiso Chamber have in common?
Imagine Northwest Indiana as a best-in-class resource for cutting-edge solutions to high-tech problems, from trouble-shooting to "what if" scenarios.
Storm chasing isn't a term of choice for Bart J. Wolf, Ph.D. He'd rather call it a storm field study.
Tom Sourlis is a world-class rugby athlete better known for his philanthropy and business skill as founder of MortarNet.
Howard Cohen is close enough to the end of his job at Purdue University Calumet to see the beginning of a new "intellectual adventure."
What are the chances of surviving cancer so rare that the odds of contracting it are only 1 out of 10 million?
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