Speeding the search for Zika cure

Speeding the search for Zika cure

A new study shows how Indiana University scientists are speeding the path to new treatments for the Zika virus, an…

Speeding the search for Zika cure
2017 Distinguished Faculty Research Lecture, 3/29

2017 Distinguished Faculty Research Lecture, …

Bottle, ball, dog, chair, toy. How do babies, as young as 8 to 10 months, learn their first words?

Language learning…

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Powerful ‘master gene’ regulates physical sex differences

Powerful ‘master gene’ regulates physical sex…

Physical differences between males and females in species are common, but there remains much to learn about the genetic mechanisms…

Powerful ‘master gene’ regulates physical sex…
Research to better understand energy use

Research to better understand energy use

Indiana University researchers will study the reasons Americans are confused about energy use in daily tasks. The IU team will…

Research to better understand energy use
Fighting antibiotic-resistant bacteria

Fighting antibiotic-resistant bacteria

A study published in the journal Science led by researchers at Indiana University and Harvard University is the first to…

Fighting antibiotic-resistant bacteria
Studying failure as crucial part of learning

Studying failure as crucial part of learning

Failure can be a critical step in learning well. That’s what associate professor Adam Maltese and visiting assistant professor Amber…

Studying failure as crucial part of learning
Study of ACA impact on health behaviors

Study of ACA impact on health behaviors

More Americans are taking steps to prevent disease because of the insurance expansions of the Affordable Care Act, according to…

Study of ACA impact on health behaviors
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Speeding the search for Zika cure

March 27, 2017

A new study shows how Indiana University scientists are speeding the path to new treatments for the Zika virus, an infectious disease linked to birth defects in infants in South and Central America and the United States. Cheng Kao, a professor in the IU Bloomington College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Molecular and Cellular […]

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