Earth may be home to 1 trillion species

Earth may be home to 1 trillion species

Earth could contain nearly 1 trillion species, with only one-thousandth of 1 percent now identified, according to a study from…

Earth may be home to 1 trillion species
Preserving Orson Welles recordings

Preserving Orson Welles recordings

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Preserving Orson Welles recordings
Groundbreaking ‘King Lear’ in original pronunciation

Groundbreaking ‘King Lear’ in original pronun…

Indiana University director and producer Murray McGibbon will present the first original pronunciation performance of William Shakespeare's "King Lear" since the…

Groundbreaking ‘King Lear’ in original pronun…
NSF grant to develop aquatic habitat data set

NSF grant to develop aquatic habitat data set

Indiana University Bloomington hydrologist Darren Ficklin has been awarded a $623,272 National Science Foundation grant as part of a collaborative…

NSF grant to develop aquatic habitat data set
New Frontiers in the Arts and Humanities grants

New Frontiers in the Arts and Humanities gran…

Indiana University's New Frontiers in the Arts and Humanities program enters its second decade with the announcement that 39 Indiana…

New Frontiers in the Arts and Humanities gran…
IU biologist co-leads $8.7 million grant on evolutionary development

IU biologist co-leads $8.7 million grant on e…

As a recipient of an $8.7 million grant from a foundation promoting the advancement of science and philosophy, Indiana University…

IU biologist co-leads $8.7 million grant on e…
NSF CAREER Awards at IU

NSF CAREER Awards at IU

In a recognition regarded as one of the most prestigious given in support of junior faculty, the National Science Foundation…

NSF CAREER Awards at IU
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Earth may be home to 1 trillion species

May 3, 2016

Earth could contain nearly 1 trillion species, with only one-thousandth of 1 percent now identified, according to a study from biologists at Indiana University. The estimate, based on the intersection of large datasets and universal scaling laws, appears in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The study’s authors are Jay T. Lennon, associate […]

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