(BLOOMINGTON) - Indiana University will break ground today on its $10 million Bloomington incubator.
It is the school's first major initiative under the new Innovate Indiana Program, a project to expand economic development across the state behind one central office, the IU Research and Technology Corporation.
The facility, designed to accommodate both life science and internet technology start-ups, is expected to be completed in July.
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