Negative findings for children of gay parents don’t hold up

Negative findings for children of gay parents…

A 2012 study by a University of Texas sociologist has been widely cited to argue that lesbians and gay men…

Negative findings for children of gay parents…
Tick study reveals migration patterns, disease risks

Tick study reveals migration patterns, diseas…

Over nearly 15 years spent studying ticks, Indiana University's Keith Clay has found southern Indiana to be an oasis free…

Tick study reveals migration patterns, diseas…
Internet a new frontier for research on mind

Internet a new frontier for research on mind

With Apple's launch of new health tracking tools for the iPhone and medical researchers' forays into Facebook to recruit clinical…

Internet a new frontier for research on mind
What cues influence women’s success in STEM?

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The National Science Foundation wants to identify obstacles that keep women from entering and remaining in STEM careers, and Indiana…

What cues influence women’s success in STEM?
IU chemist Amar Flood receives Waterman Professorship

IU chemist Amar Flood receives Waterman Profe…

Indiana University chemist Amar Flood has been selected to hold the second Luther Dana Waterman Professorship at IU Bloomington. Flood…

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NSF CAREER awards for IU Bloomington, IUPUI

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Five Indiana University investigators have received the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious award for junior faculty.

The Faculty Early Career Development Award,…

NSF CAREER awards for IU Bloomington, IUPUI
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Negative findings for children of gay parents don’t hold up

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A 2012 study by a University of Texas sociologist has been widely cited to argue that lesbians and gay men don’t make good parents. Now researchers at Indiana University and the University of Connecticut have reanalyzed the same data and reached a very different conclusion. The new study points to what the authors describe as […]

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