Affordable office and laboratory space is available to IU faculty and researchers in the process of refining their discoveries or starting new companies to market them.
Many successful businesses, including ANGEL Learning and Therametric Technologies, got their start in IURTC-supported business incubators. To find out if your business is a good fit for one of our incubators, review the tenant requirements.
The Indiana University Innovation Center - Indianapolis, formerly IUETC, opened in 2003 and is home to a wide range of technology and life sciences companies.
Space is currently available for new tenants. Review our tenant policies.
The 40,000-square-foot, $10 million Indiana University Innovation Center - Bloomington opened in 2009 to provide offices, collaboration space, and wet labs for research collaborators and start-up companies in technology and the life sciences.