NSF honors 3 with CAREER grants

NSF honors 3 with CAREER grants

The National Science Foundation has awarded Faculty Early Career Development Awards totaling $1.8 million to three Indiana University researchers, who…

NSF honors 3 with CAREER grants
Water added as focus for Indiana Geological Survey

Water added as focus for Indiana Geological S…

The Indiana Geological Survey, a research institute of Indiana University, has changed its name to the Indiana Geological and Water…

Water added as focus for Indiana Geological S…
Advancing research on how cells grow, organize, and bind

Advancing research on how cells grow, organiz…

An Indiana University microbiologist has received a five-year, $4 million award from the National Institutes of Health to advance research…

Advancing research on how cells grow, organiz…
IU study finds most people not as happy as friends on social media

IU study finds most people not as happy as fr…

A study led by computer scientists at Indiana University has found that people with the most connections on social media…

IU study finds most people not as happy as fr…
A mosquito-borne-disease ‘blocker’

A mosquito-borne-disease ‘blocker’

A new study from Indiana University may explain how a bacterium called Wolbachia prevents mosquitoes from transmitting deadly diseases such…

A mosquito-borne-disease ‘blocker’
Public humanities project features Vonnegut

Public humanities project features Vonnegut

As part of the new Indiana University Bloomington Public Humanities Project initiated by the Office of the Vice President for…

Public humanities project features Vonnegut
Antidepressants in early pregnancy does not increase risk of autism, ADHD in kids

Antidepressant use in early pregnancy does no…

A study led by Indiana University suggests that mothers' use of antidepressants during early pregnancy does not increase the risk…

Antidepressant use in early pregnancy does no…
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NSF honors 3 with CAREER grants

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The National Science Foundation has awarded Faculty Early Career Development Awards totaling $1.8 million to three Indiana University researchers, who will use the grants to improve understanding of disease treatment, equitable access to computer science programs and the dynamics of river pollution. IU faculty receiving the awards are Julia Arciero in the School of Science […]

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