Editor's Picks

Technology

  • 'True amazement'

    An Evansville man is the first to benefit from a transformative new prosthesis developed through the IU School of Dentistry.

  • More than words

    Two IU Southeast professors are editing the latest edition of a reference resource for global operations and supply chain management.

  • Mosaic strategy

    Meet the first faculty class participating in IU's new active learning initiative, set to expand to all campuses next year.

  • Sideline sidekick

    IU researchers have developed a portable device that can detect signs of mild brain trauma.

  • Innovative treatment

    IU Glick Eye Institute researchers pilot first trial test of electronic glasses to treat lazy eye.

  • Get creative

    The maker movement at the IU School of Education now has a space of its own.

  • 'Right thing to do'

    An IU Kokomo informatics professor started a business to help students find internships in line with their career goals.

  • High tech

    A new, technology-rich classroom at IUPUI is helping faculty create an innovative educational experience for students.

  • Listen up

    IU startup Auricyte LLC, co-founded by IU School of Medicine researchers, aims to cure hearing loss with 'ear-in-a-dish' technology.

  • Digital diligence

    Get tips from IU cybersecurity expert Von Welch on protecting personal information online.

  • 'Michiana Memory'

    IU South Bend digital archive partnership to add new documents focused on civil rights and African American, Latino and LGBTQ history.

  • A safer workplace

    New software will share emergency notifications with IU staff and faculty via desktop computers.

  • Sigma Play

    IU lecturer Will Emigh created an annual conference to increase the visibility and credibility of the growing gaming community at IU and in Bloomington.

  • Sustainable future

    Recycle consumer electronic waste during IU South Bend's seventh annual collection event.

  • Make the switch

    Start using mobile-friendly One.IU, which will replace OneStart in October.

  • Infant learning

    An IU cognitive scientist and collaborators have found that posture is critical in the early stages of acquiring new knowledge.

  • To infinity and beyond

    All IU Box accounts now have unlimited storage.

  • Energizing move

    Demonstrating its commitment to environmental sustainability, IU Northwest installed two electric vehicle charging stations on campus.

  • Data insecurity

    IU employees should be wary of the new Microsoft Outlook mobile app, which stores your passphrase in the cloud.

  • You've got mail

    UITS is postponing the shutdown date for IU Webmail until fall 2015. Find out what you should know about the upcoming email migration.