Innovation Center Receives Grant for Health Lab-Network

KPC News Service


“A Fort Wayne nonprofit entrepreneur incubator is receiving a three-year $750,000 grant to create another option for individuals and businesses in the health field.

The Northeast Indiana Innovation Center, 3201 Stellhorn Road, will use the money to create the Indiana Connected Health IoT Lab/Network.

Health IoT describes health-related technologies where just about anything can be connected, communicated and used remotely in an intelligent way, according to a statement released Dec. 19.

NIIC is one of 40 organizations from 28 states and two territories to receive funding to create and expand the cluster-focused commercialization program under the Economic Development Administration 2018 Regional Innovation Strategies Program.

NIIC founding partners, local corporations and foundations are providing the required local matching funds, including Indiana Economic Development Corp., Indiana Economic Development Corp., Indiana Tech, Purdue University Fort Wayne and Indiana University Research and Technology Corp.”

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