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"Indiana's life sciences are unique in their product and geographic diversity. Medical devices, biotech, pharmaceuticals, agricultural products, and research testing are found in all four corners of the state, and many areas are growing," said Patty Martin, president and CEO of BioCrossroads, said. "Whether it is in our major metro areas or smaller cities, important, innovative, and life-saving work is driving the health of Hoosiers as well as the health of our state economy."
Indy’s new innovation district, 16 Tech, is currently being developed just three miles nortwest of downtown. The 50-acre live-work-innovate community brings together entrepreneurs, academics, startups, corporations and creatives in a single place designed to spark the exchange of ideas that lead to innovation.
The innovation district opened its first building in August, home to Indiana Biosciences Research Institute, IU School of Medicine and the Central Indiana Community Partnership and its initiatives. HqO, the innovation hub at the heart of the district, is set to open in 2021. Located in the former headquarters of the Indianapolis Water Company, HqO will boast three unique activity centers including a makerspace, artisan marketplace, and flexible/private office space powered by national incubator 1776.
The development will change the landscape of Indianapolis over the next ten years. By 2030, 16 Tech will be home to: