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IU breaks ground for new science labs

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Bloomington - Indiana University breaks ground Tuesday for a new incubator.

The $10 million facility will offer space for life science and internet technology start-up businesses.

"This 40,000-square-foot incubator facility will make a transformative difference here at IU, providing space for applied research projects and information technology. It will also provide one of the most important features necessary for developing life sciences research, and that is with lab space," said IU President Michael McRobbie.

It's one of the first major initiatives under its new Innovate Indiana program. The project is scheduled for completion next July.

Read IU's press release

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