An Indianapolis-based cybersecurity firm has announced the release of a virtual training platform and a name change. Lionfish Cyber Security, formerly Secops Cyber Institute, has launched its virtual training platform to provide learning experiences for cybersecurity education courses and certifications.
Two Indiana farms have received awards for their conservation efforts from Red Gold and the Indiana State Department of Agriculture. First place in the Red Gold Stewardship award was presented to Myers Sod Farm of Seymour and second place went to Rice Farms of LaPorte.
Indiana Tech has established a new academy to help incoming adult and online students prepare for the college environment. The school has launched the Indiana Tech Readiness Academy to help students within the university's College of Professional Studies.
Dozens of Indiana towns will be able to improve their water systems after Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs announced $15.3 million in federal grant funding.
A startup by Indiana University associate professor Kan Shao has received a two-year, $2 million grant from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. Dream Tech will use the Small Business Technology Transfer Phase II grant to better evaluate chemical toxicity for companies, regulatory agencies and nonprofit organizations.
Entertainment industry truss manufacturer Tyler Truss has added a specialty division that is producing new products to help with the COVID-19 pandemic. Tyler has launched TTS Specialty Products, that will focus on custom design and engineering for schools, parks, stadiums, churches, docks, marinas, and industrial and commercial developments.
Radius Indiana has released the winners from its "Royalty-free IP" pitch competition that was virtually held on July 30. Elevate Ventures and Naval Surface Warfare Center-Crane Division worked with Radius on the competition that offered $5,000 in cash prizes.
Franklin College has announced its plan to return students to campus. Franklin College President Kerry Prather outline the 'Fortify Franklin' plan in a video message to students and staff.
Explore Interactive wants to turn game play into serious learning for elementary students kept away from classrooms during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Purdue startup is marketing an augmented reality platform that teaches science, engineering and math.
The University of Saint Francis has decided to move its football schedule to spring 2021 due to concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Other USF sports are expected to compete in the fall, and the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics has moved all fall national championship tournaments to the spring.