Editor's Picks

Research

  • Research Day

    The annual IUPUI event takes place April 11 and celebrates the cutting-edge research and scholarly activities happening on campus.

  • Summer program

    Applications for the 2014 Summer Research Program at the IU Simon Cancer Center are now being accepted.

  • New collaboration

    A partnership involving the IU Research and Technology Corp. aims at fostering economic growth across the state.

  • Hands-on learning

    Students in the Living Lab experiential learning class help complete a major computing imaging project for Fortune 500 corporation Simon Property Group.

  • Data2Discovery

    New novel technology promises advance in drug discovery.

  • Sharing research

    Indiana researchers share their work at the 141st American Public Health Association annual meeting in Boston.

  • Innovation to Enterprise

    Upcoming forum will bring together key players from IUPUI and the Indianapolis-area business community.

  • Nobel Prize

    IU researchers contributed to the Nobel Prize-winning discovery that the Higgs boson particle exists.

  • Online access

    A new partnership provides IU Alumni Association members online access to more than 2.000 academic journals and articles.

  • Living laboratories

    The Center for Urban Health at IUPUI to lead research that will help educate the public about the local water system.

  • Regenerating tissue

    Clinician-scientist's work could lead to a treatment that would help patients retain teeth they might otherwise lose to periodontitis.

  • Hydrogen energy source

    A patent awarded to Peter Schubert will bring closer a 40-year-old prediction of hydrogen replacing oil as the next energy source.

  • Faculty book talk

    Inaugural faculty book talk series will present books exploring the 14th Amendment, the International Criminal Court and the idea of having two U.S. presidents.

  • Psychological research

    An assistant professor of psychology will study telephone-based psychological counseling for cancer patients and their families.

  • Root of the issue

    IUPUI researchers to spend three years hunting down the origins of HIV/AIDS.

  • Intern and mentor

    Summer research

    Students from across the IU School of Medicine, IUPUI and the Indianapolis area came together to celebrate three programs.

  • D3 conference

    IUPUI is hosting scientists from around the world this week.

  • Support research

    A Ph.D. student at IUPUI spoke recently before members of the U.S. Congress to explain the value of supporting research facilities.

  • AMA grant

    IU School of Medicine students will develop critical competencies in care with support from a $1 million grant from the AMA.

  • University Library dean

    David Lewis, dean of University Library at IUPUI, is now head of the Academic Libraries of Indiana.