Academics & Research
Emilio Ferrara at the IU School of Informatics and Computing hopes to aid police in crime prevention by predicting individual cases of criminal activity through mapping out criminal social networks.
Google Glass, a wearable technology that works similarly to any smartphone, may be revolutionizing health care.
Catarina Vales and Linda Smith led a study that used a series of “I spy” games to determine how language shapes children’s minds.
An IU professor has designed and built technology that could help doctors diagnose early signs of vision loss due to diabetes.
Adrian Matejka, an assistant professor in the Department of English at IU-Bloomington, is the only IU faculty member to win the 2014 John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship this year.
Professor Kenneth Nephew in the medical sciences program and professor Yves Brun in the department of biology are two IU faculty members who received grants from the Indiana Clinical and Translational Science Institute last fall.
YC Bioelectric, founded by IUPUI and Purdue faculty, is a privately-owned biomedical research company, and was just awarded $307,787 of funding
IU is the first public university to secure a coveted internship slot with the Smithsonian and, beginning in 2015 and continuing for the following five years, the museum will be host to at least one undergraduate or graduate student from the IUB School of Public and Environmental Affairs’ Arts Administration Program.
In a meeting Thursday to present the goals of the slate that will run in upcoming BFC elections, faculty discussed the lack of faculty governance at IU and how they might go about becoming more involved.
The IU Secular Alliance sponsored a panel called "Are Science and Belief in God Compatible?” Wednesday.
IU will welcome more than 500 students and 200 coaches, directors and judges for the National Debate tournament this weekend.