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5 Years, 60 Startups: Purdue Students Own Their Inventions, Thriving Under University's Policy
September 06, 2018
WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana, Sept. 6 -- Purdue University issued the following news release:

From frozen yogurt to musical backtracks to social apps and even hydroponic in-home greenhouses, Purdue University students are taking advantage of Purdue's policy giving them ownership when they, as students, create an invention, generating a flurry of startups that advance the lives of others.

Scott Massey and Ivan Ball, 2017 graduates of Purdue's Polytechnic Institute and founder . . .

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