Editor's Picks


  • Child-free stigma

    An IUPUI study uncovers how people perceive those who decide not to have children.

  • Awkward silence

    Bernardo Carducci, IU Southeast professor and director of the Shyness Research Institute, offers tips to keep the conversation going on a date.

  • Preventative care

    A study by IU researchers is the first to estimate impact of Affordable Care Act on health behaviors.

  • Who's who?

    There are a million John Smiths in the world, and IUPUI researchers are now working to train computers to differentiate them.

  • By the numbers

    The IU Office of the Vice President for Research has released its annual report for the 2015-16 fiscal year.

  • Game changer

    IU Northwest has obtained a grant from the National Institutes of Health that could shift the course of multiple sclerosis research.

  • Connectivity

    The IU Northwest marketing professor is helping small businesses make the most of social media in their advertising efforts.

  • Roadblocks

    The 2016 Indiana Manufacturing Survey by IUPUI's Kelley School of Business found that financial growth rates have stalled in the Hoosier State.

  • A recipe for healing

    The chemist from IU Southeast is working to understand the scientific link between modern science and traditional medicine practices.

  • Innovation Crossover

    Defense and industry researchers will join scientists from IU and other academic institutions at the inaugural conference.

  • Addicted to lobe

    The source of your cravings may be a pea-sized structure deep inside the right side of your brain, according to new IU research.

  • Ulterior motive

    A new study from IUPUI's Kelley School of Business suggests that just thinking about quitting can affect job performance.

  • Unwavering longevity

    A new study from IU South Bend re-examined the lifespans of Greenland sharks -- what they found was surprising.

  • Hands-on experience

    A retired IU East instructor's gift will help fund a lab to train students in archaeological methodology.

  • 'Changing philanthropy'

    New research from the Women's Philanthropy Institute may shed light on what prompts women to donate to causes they care about.

  • Discovery on the go

    With help from the Duke Energy Foundation, IUPUI will soon purchase a new mobile science lab equipped to provide schoolchildren with hands-on conservation experiences.

  • Dryland watersources

    Learn more about the researcher who is studying how vegetation survives in some of the world's most arid climates.

  • Growing understanding

    An IU professor and his team of researchers received more than a million dollars to study what shapes the direction and rate of evolution.

  • The Kenzan method

    "This device positions us to conduct research and obtain funding that many universities simply are not able to compete for yet," IUPUI's associate vice chancellor for research said.

  • Toxic secrets

    Chemicals used as flame retardants that are potentially harmful to humans are found in hair, toenails and fingernails, according to new IU research.