The IU Maurer School of Law and the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute are partnering to create a new scholarship program for engineering students interested in studying intellectual property law.
Academics & Research
IU scientists have come one step closer to understanding the roots of genetic mutation. A group of 12 scientists from IU discovered how acquired traits can be passed down from previous generations, according to Thursday’s IU press release.
One in four searches made online are in search of pornographic material, telecommunications professor Bryant Paul said. And Paul is on a mission to discover exactly what kind of pornographic content is out there.
The IU School of Public Health conducted a recent study revealing elite college athletes might face mid-life health consequences.
Dr. Ron Williams of the IU School of Medicine and five other scientists will spend four months in a white-walled, domed facility in Hawaii designed to simulate a space mission on the red planet, Mars.
With a recycle bin in every hallway and low-wattage light bulbs on every store shelf, it might be surprising to discover most Americans use twice the amount of water daily than they think they do.
IU-Bloomington has the highest on-time completion rate and the highest total student completion rate of all colleges in Indiana, according to the College Completion Rates for Indiana report released Feb. 18.
The National Science Foundation has given IU professor Amy Hackenberg $646,479 to conduct a study in different learning styles for math in middle school students.
IU senior lecturer Christine Von der Haar and the American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit Feb. 19, claiming that U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents detained her and breached her privacy.
The Kelley School of Business has partnered with the Office of International Services to help its international graduates and recruiting companies interested in hiring them through the immigration process.