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LifeSciencesLeadership Series ​ In this podcast I interview leaders from the life sciences industry. ​ Topics to be discussed are around the leadership and innovation challenges in the life sciences field. The definition of life sciences is quite broad in the is context, I want to go beyond the normally defined life sciences industry and also look at the supporting organizations - be it industry groups, Contract Sales Organizations, LifeSciences advisory groups or data companies. ​ If you ar ...
 
This weekly podcast dives into the agbiosciences sector in Indiana, where 21st Century agriculture, life sciences innovation and cutting-edge technology converge. Ag+Bio+Science is an in-depth conversation with leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs in the space. Learn more about the pioneering industry and where it's heading from those leading the way.
 
The rise of the empowered consumer, coupled with technology advancements and the emergence of digitally focused entrants, is changing every aspect of health and care delivery. To retain relevancy in today’s digitally focused, data-infused ecosystem, all participants in health care today must rethink their business practices, including capital strategy, partnering and the creation of patient-centric operating models. This series explores these challenges and opportunities
 
Join Nancy Donohoo’s bi-weekly podcast, Talk at the Top, and get to know the key influencers in life sciences and healthcare who are positively impacting patients, providers, consumers and the industry itself! Nancy’s guests include groundbreakers and executives from across the healthcare spectrum: CEOs, physician executives, medical affairs and scientific leaders, venture capital and private equity investors, academics and entrepreneurs. This is your front row ticket to discussions on innov ...
 
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The largest rural broadband testbed in the nation is in the early phases of development here in Indiana. Johnny Park makes a necessary comeback on the podcast this week to talk with Gerry Dick at Inside INdiana Business about WHIN’s efforts to bring the “I” in IoT to the organization’s 10-county region. Johnny also speaks on AgriNovus Indiana’s upc…
 
On this bonus episode of the podcast, Mike Langellier, president + CEO of TechPoint, talks with Mitch Frazier, president + CEO of AgriNovus, about the Producer-Led Innovation Challenge and the big opportunity it presents to Indiana's tech pioneers - starting with $25,000 from Purdue Foundry. Indiana's agbioscience industry needs help to solve criti…
 
Indiana's agbioscience industry is calling on tech pioneers to solve its most pressing issues with farm management software. The prize? $25,000 from Purdue Foundry. Deadline to register is September 25: https://www.agrinovusindiana.com/challenge/ On this week’s episode of the podcast, Gerry Dick with Inside INdiana Business welcomes Courtney Kinger…
 
This week Inside INdiana Business Host Gerry Dick sits down with Kay Kuenker, CEO of Advanced Agrilytics. Innovation in the agbiosciences ultimately enables producers to make the best decisions for their operations based on the findings that technology provides them. On this episode of the podcast, Gerry Dick with Inside INdiana Business sits down …
 
Coffee runs and calendar coordination might have their place in some internships, but the agbiosciences believe in hands-on experience right out of the gate. On this week’s episode of the podcast, Gerry Dick with Inside INdiana Business talks with Maggie Mulligan, an undergraduate research intern at Purdue University’s Animal Science Department. Ma…
 
Ag Alumni Seed recently announced the discovery of dhurrin-free sorghum in their research efforts at Purdue University. On this week’s episode of the podcast, Gerry Dick with Inside INdiana Business is joined by Jay Hulbert of Ag Alumni Seed and Mitch Tuinstra of Purdue University to walk through the research process, how new products come to marke…
 
Talent and workforce development remains at the forefront of big needs for agbioscience employers. Gerry Dick sits down with Andrea Schwartz of Ivy Tech on this week’s episode of the podcast. They talk about the school’s efforts to keep Indiana high school students in-state for their higher education path, their partnership with Purdue University a…
 
Among the many challenges presented to companies this summer, navigating internship programs is one of them. AgriNovus Indiana welcomed two new interns in May who have navigated the world of Zoom and work-from-home right out of the gate. This week, Gerry Dick with Inside INdiana Business is joined by Allie Decker and Carson Canfield, summer interns…
 
Indiana has come a long way in the 22 years since Gerry Dick launched Inside INdiana Business and the agbioscience industry has been a leader in that evolution. This week, AgriNovus puts Gerry on the other side of the interview for a two-year anniversary celebration episode of the podcast. Gerry dives into Indiana’s economic history and the growth …
 
In a time of pivotal discussion on equality, leaders across different industries are examining diversity and inclusion in their cultures. Zachary Brown is the National Graduate Student President of MANRRS and a doctoral student at Purdue University. He joins Gerry Dick from Inside INdiana Business on this week’s episode of the podcast to talk diver…
 
A new era begins at AgriNovus Indiana as the organization welcomes its new President + CEO, Mitch Frazier. On this week’s episode of the podcast, Gerry Dick with Inside Indiana Business sits down with Mitch to talk about his vision for the organization and Indiana’s potential as an agbioscience powerhouse. Plenty of power is needed to meet the food…
 
During this era of deeming industries as “essential” business, agriculture nears the top of operations that must keep going despite a pandemic. To feed the world in an unprecedented time takes a special workforce with a heart for people and a need to serve. Gerry Dick with Inside Indiana Business is joined by Natasha Cox, vice president at Farm Cre…
 
This week Inside INdiana Business Host Gerry Dick is joined by Mark Walton, Chief Technology Officer, AquaBounty. Between 80 and 90-percent of fish consumed in the United States is imported and most of that is a product of aquaculture, otherwise known as fish farming. On this week’s episode of the podcast, Gerry Dick with Inside Indiana Business is…
 
This week Inside INdiana Business Host Gerry Dick is joined by Molly Grotjan, Corteva Intern and Purdue University Student. The COVID-19 pandemic has agbioscience companies still working with their summer internship programs, albeit with modified circumstances, rather than having the in-office experience. That’s not stopped Molly Grotjan, Corteva i…
 
The global population continues to rise, creating critical challenges for our planet’s future. Atop that list is the subject of hunger and how farmers are going to feed more people than ever while using less land and resources to provide a safe and sustainable food supply. Susan Martino-Catt, VP of Product Development at Inari, sits down with Gerry…
 
In a world filled with consumption of poultry, swine and dairy products, there has been an uptick in consumer questions regarding animal health and safety in recent years. To get all of those answers, you must start at the beginning. And look no further than United Animal Health, located in Sheridan, Indiana, to lead the way. On this week’s episode…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic provides the ‘burning platform’ for accelerating the data agenda. New data-based tools and technologies make a more personalized approach to health and wellness possible. The world has never needed this more than now. While companies and organizations long recognized the potential of new tools to capture and use data to transf…
 
Purdue University is home to a mountain of research spanning a broad portfolio inclusive of agriculture, science, engineering, technology and much more. Those capabilities come loaded with a responsibility to identify areas for collaboration across their research enterprise as well as opportunities for corporate, state and federal partnership. Wher…
 
The recent COVID-19 pandemic has left consumers wanting more from their trip to the grocery store. With disruptions in the food supply chain, how will consumer habits shift both now and in the future? And how will agtech accommodate the change? Inside Indiana Business host Gerry Dick sits down with Nick Carter, CEO and Founder of Market Wagon, as t…
 
New technologies are creating new opportunities, but they are also creating unknown and unquantified risks. Organizations that understand what it takes to succeed with new cost and revenue models, new value propositions, and new relationships with the right partners, will start to reshape the health market. In this edition of New Horizons, we explo…
 
In the second half of the 20th century, much of the world enjoyed success and stability relying on a set of institutions well-suited to the industrial economy. More recently, skepticism has grown that these arrangements are responding effectively to those they were designed to benefit. Consequently, individuals are withdrawing from political proces…
 
The population of Africa is about 900 million, with incomes expected to grow 4-5% over the next decade. By 2050, it is destined to have the world’s largest and youngest labor force, providing a rapidly growing opportunity for skills creation — essential to attract foreign investment and support growth of local production. Today, intra-African trade…
 
China’s rise to the world’s largest economy is the third phase of the development of a modern, connected Asia. By 2030, many of the world’s largest economies will be Asian. Organizations must therefore pay more attention to their relationships with trading partners throughout the continent, not just China. In this episode of The Better Question pod…
 
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