Down to a science.Down to a science. When it comes to science, especially life science, central Indiana is getting down to business, according to according to
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3. The Indy Partnership.
Carmel-based Theron Inc. acquired licensing rights to Indianapolis-based Roche Diagnostics Roche Diagnostics Division is a subsidiary of Hoffmann-La Roche which manufactures equipment and reagents for research and medical diagnostic applications. Internally, it is organized into six major business areas: Roche Applied Science, Roche Centralized Diagnostics, Roche Corp.'s biosensor A device that detects and analyzes body movement, temperature or fluids and turns it into an electronic signal. See lab on a chip and data glove.
Biosensor technology platform, which is the basis for Roche's blood-glucose monitoring systems. While Roche will continue to market its Accu-Chek Advantage system, Theron will form a new biosensor technology company that will use the license to develop and sell products in the environmental and food-safety testing markets. The new company is expected to create about 300 jobs within six years. Roche, meanwhile, has leased a 40,000-square-foot building in Hamilton County's Fishers not far from its Indianapolis headquarters, where about 200 will work.
BioStorage Technologies LLC (Logical Link Control) See "LANs" under data link protocol.
LLC - Logical Link Control has opened in the Park Fletcher Industrial Park, investing $3.5 million for its biological specimen storage, management and logistics facility, which serves life-science businesses. It's hiring about 100 in its first two years.
AIT Laboratories is spending $5 million on its new corporate headquarters and toxicology toxicology, study of poisons, or toxins, from the standpoint of detection, isolation, identification, and determination of their effects on the human body. Toxicology may be considered the branch of pharmacology devoted to the study of the poisonous effects of drugs. lab and adding another 75 jobs to its workforce of 40. It serves the clinical, forensic and pharmaceutical industries.
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NNC Neural Network Council (IEEE) Group is expanding its Indianapolis presence, moving much of its St. Louis operation to Indiana and adding 270 jobs to its current 73. The expansion includes a $3.1 million, 137,000-square-foot facility in Park Fletcher that houses the company's headquarters and a processing facility NNC provides turnkey recall, return and specialized spe·cial·ize
v. spe·cial·ized, spe·cial·iz·ing, spe·cial·iz·es
1. To pursue a special activity, occupation, or field of study.
2. logistics services to the pharmaceutical, medical device, financial and consumer products industries.
Indianapolis also welcomed Norwood Promotional Products, which moved its corporate headquarters from Austin to Indiana last summer, creating 80 jobs. It's the world's largest supplier of promotion products--some 6,000 products, with annual sales topping $400 million.
In other news, the site of the former Market Square Arena will be developed by Market Square Partners LLC into Residences at Market Square, with two 22-story condo towers plus other buildings housing retail and commercial space, to be known as Shoppes at Market Square.