Editor's Picks


  • Schizophrenia study

    IU researchers received a $1.9 million grant to study role of the lesser brain in schizophrenia.

  • Carbon capture study

    An IU study shows that support for carbon capture is extensive but not strong.

  • Global governance

    A research center at IU will present findings from a three-year project on China and global governance Sept. 27.

  • Cottrell Scholars

    Two assistant professors of chemistry at IU Bloomington are among the 2012 recipients of Cottrell Scholar awards.

  • Higher ed project

    IU's School of Education Dean travels to Indonesia as part of a higher education project.

  • Childhood leukemia study

    A School of Medicine researcher will lead research to identify leukemia in western Kenya.

  • Altering Einstein's equations

    An IU mathematician offers a unified theory of dark matter and dark energy.

  • 'Pro-ana' bloggers

    IU researchers interviewed pro-anorexic bloggers for a groundbreaking new study.

  • Grants, awards

    IU received $533 million in grants and awards for research and other sponsored programs in 2012.

  • Cuba immersion

    IUPUI and IU Southeast students traveled to Cuba for immersive learning experiences this summer.

  • Young faculty award

    Innovative teaching and research on gene evolution earned IU biologist NSF's young faculty award.

  • Anti-suicide spray

    Army anti-suicide initiative brings $3 million to IU School of Medicine scientist's research.

  • Media Law & Policy

    The IU School of Journalism has launched the Center for International Media Law and Policy Studies.

  • Mars mission

    IU scientists played key roles in NASA's recent mission to Mars.

  • FluCast

    An IUPUI master's student helped develop a mobile app that one day may be used to forecast outbreaks of seasonal flu and other illnesses.

  • Fellow distinction

    A record number of 10 IU faculty members received Fellow distinction from AAAS, the world's largest scientific society.