The life she built was lost to the Taliban. Now she’s working to create a world where she can go home.
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Just 18 miles south of Bloomington, off a county road, past the unincorporated community of Judah and hillsides dotted with cattle, a nondescript gravel road leads into the forest.
IU graduate student Yi Jia had one chance to survive stage four cancer: a partial liver donation from a living donor. Today, Jia, a 32-year-old from China, has a new liver and a second chance at life thanks to a donation from a stranger.
From Nov. 30 to Dec. 10, the five finalists of IU’s Provost and Executive Vice President position each participated in town halls at the Whittenberger Auditorium at the Indiana Memorial Union and on Zoom. The candidates fielded questions from IU students, faculty and staff and explained their priorities and visions for the university.
The McKinney Family Foundation recently granted IU’s Environmental Resilience Institute $1.25 million to help communities across Indiana and the Midwest take climate action.
The first baby to be delivered at the new IU Health Bloomington facility was born Sunday morning, according to an IU Health press release.
During the day, the first floor of Indiana Memorial Union was crammed with students studying for finals week. But when the clock struck 9 p.m. Friday night, it transformed into something out of a Harry Potter movie set for IU’s annual Yule Ball dance.
IU Chief Health Officer Dr. Aaron Carroll said he recommends all eligible IU students 18 years old and up get a COVID-19 booster shot following new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations.
Emotional maturity—not looks—now tops the list of attractive traits for U.S. singles, according to IU Kinsey Institute’s 11th annual Singles in America study.
The IU School of Medicine’s Stark Neurosciences Research Institute recently received three new National Institute on Aging grants, totaling almost $8.7 million, to investigate possible causes of and treatments for Alzheimer’s disease.
IU students, faculty and community members planted native trees in a little-known part of IU’s campus Saturday afternoon in an effort to restore forest ecosystems on campus.
IU School of Medicine researcher Dr. Bryan Schneider is leading a new nationwide clinical trial to improve cure rates for patients with triple-negative breast cancer.
More than 40% of the world's estimated 6,000 languages, including many Indigenous languages, are at risk of no longer being spoken, according to the United Nations.
A research team led by IU physicists announced Oct. 13 a single number that could help solve a decades-long mystery in the world of physics.
IU chemists recently designed a new molecular device offering previously undetectable insights into the human body’s immune response.
A team of IU researchers recently published a study about tropical cyclone precipitation which may aid disaster planning for coastal communities facing unprecedented rainfall from hurricanes.
IU’s Environmental Resilience Institute received a 2021 Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence last month for its work in promoting environmental resilience within Indiana communities.
Crowds of local families, students and faculty attended IU’s annual Science Fest to experience an array of scientific activities from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday on campus.
Yi Jia, IU masters student from China, urgently needs a portion of a living donor’s liver to treat his stage four colon cancer, which spread to his liver.
IU geography professor Natasha MacBean and her team recently received a nearly $900,000 NASA grant to study water-scarce regions and climate change.