Raquel Hill

April 26, 2016

Listen as computer scientist Raquel Hill discusses how online information may be used to discriminate as well as reflects on how challenges can shape a career.

Joshua Brown

March 3, 2015

Join Joshua Brown as he explains how he is using brain imaging to reveal why humans take risks and how addiction works.

Jawshing Arthur Liou

February 8, 2015

In this video, learn more about the critically acclaimed, other-worldly high-definition video installations created by artist Arthur Liou.

Kylie Peppler

October 14, 2014

Kylie Peppler, assistant professor of learning sciences and director of The Creativity Labs, discusses how working with e-textiles can refashion education, inside the classroom and out.

Michael Reece, associate dean for research and graduate studies at IU School of Public Health-Bloomington points to new areas of research, including epidemiology.

Ethnographer Jason Baird Jackson takes us behind the scenes of IU Bloomington’s Mathers Museum and reflects on the future of museums in the 21st century.

Imag(in)ing Science

January 15, 2014

IU Bloomington faculty teams collaborated on a unique exhibit showcasing projects rooted in scientific imaging and transformed by techniques from visual arts.

IU’s Media Digitization and Preservation Initiative will preserve historical and cultural artifacts for future generations.

IU Bloomington geologists David Bish and Juergen Schieber discuss their ongoing roles in NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity mission.


The Science Behind The News series, an NBC/NSF collaboration, features features IU Bloomington chemist Erin Carlson path-breaking work in pursuing new medicines.