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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 […]

IU Bloomington’s first Emerging Areas of Research initiative, called “Learning: Machines, Brains, and Children,” will revolutionize our understanding of how children, and robots, learn.

A study published in the journal Science led by researchers at Indiana University and Harvard University is the first to reveal in extreme detail the operation of the biochemical clockwork that drives cellular division in bacteria. The discovery, made possible through a revolutionary method used to color bacterial cell walls developed at IU, is an […]

The Rite of Spring at 100

February 7, 2017

Edited by Severine Neff, Maureen Carr, Gretchen Horlacher

More Americans are taking steps to prevent disease because of the insurance expansions of the Affordable Care Act, according to a new, groundbreaking study by Indiana University and Cornell University researchers. With Congress considering the future of the ACA, also known as Obamacare, this research is the first to estimate the impact of the ACA-facilitated […]

Fabio Rojas

November 11, 2016

Fabio Rojas, associate professor of sociology, talks about the roots of his research on political and social movements and how those movements work.

A passion for science

August 19, 2016

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A committed team of IU graduate students provide a glimpse inside the world of IUBloomington’s research laboratories through the new ScIU blog.

In Praise of Profanity

August 2, 2016

by Michael Adams

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Two Indiana University Bloomington chemists have received $525,000 from the National Science Foundation to advance research with applications to the emerging field of carbon recycling. IU scientists Steven L. Tait and Kenneth Caulton will combine their expertise in two distinct fields of chemistry — surface chemistry and metal-organic chemistry — to create new catalysts that […]

Biologists at Indiana University have significantly advanced understanding of the genetic pathways that control the appearance of different physical traits in the same species depending on nutritional conditions experienced during development. In many animals, nutrition — not genetic differences — controls the appearance of certain physical traits. Ants and bees, for example, grow into workers […]