Editor's Picks

Research

  • Research support

    IU has been awarded nearly $9 million to manage and improve international research networks.

  • Collaborative effort

    A town hall meeting will kick off IU's work to strategically address research grand challenges.

  • Promising partnership

    IU will participate in a new initiative aimed at strengthening diversity in graduate programs and among faculty.

  • Outstanding Junior Faculty

    Five assistant professors have been recognized for exceptional advancement in their early careers.

  • Legacy of learning

    The inaugural Ostrom memorial lecture highlighted how the threat of violent conflict prevents many developing countries from achieving stability and growth.

  • Research support

    Apply for up to $40,000 in seed funding for new projects.

  • GLUE awards

    A new joint grant initiative between the Indiana CTSI and the Office of the Provost is seeking applications.

  • 'A modern day scout'

    As an enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, IU researcher LaDonna BlueEye is in a unique position to bridge her HIV research with her native culture.

  • Thematic initiative

    An IU consortium has awarded funding to 11 faculty members to further their research on the topic of “Wonder and the Natural World.”

  • Big data

    IU scientists working to improve how researchers analyze and compute information have received a $5 million grant.

  • Research support

    Learn about funding opportunities through the U.S. Department of Defense and how to get your work noticed.

  • Encouraging collaboration

    A new award has been created to recognize outstanding IU research teams.

  • 'An InExact Science'

    Art and science combine in IU alum Lisa Cantrell's new podcast.

  • Internal grants

    Don't miss fall deadlines for research support from the Office of the Vice Provost for Research.

  • Earth's critical zone

    IU geochemist Chen Zhu has played a key role in developing a new and comprehensive approach to studying environmental processes.

  • Prestigious honor

    IU professor emeritus Madan Puri is the recent recipient of the American Statistical Association's Wilks Award.

  • Early Confucianism

    IU religious studies professor Michael Ing will study vulnerability in the context of early Confucianism after winning a Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation grant.

  • 'Camp War Buddies'

    Camps for disabled or sick children can provide social and self-affirming opportunities, according to a recent IU study.

  • Hosting Fulbright scholars

    Educators from five countries will travel to Bloomington for a four-month program from the IU School of Education.

  • Deep sea discovery

    IU underwater scientists are investigating the potential discovery of the wreck of the Santa Maria, the flagship of Christopher Columbus' initial voyage to the Americas in 1492.