Editor's Picks

Technology

  • The heat is on

    The Physical Plant recently installed a set of experimental solar thermal panels.

  • Technology's best

    Three IU projects are in the running for the 2015 TechPoint Mira Awards.

  • Bright idea

    VisionTech Partners and the IU School of Informatics and Computing have signed a memorandum of understanding to work together to accelerate opportunities for IU student, faculty and staff inventors and entrepreneurs.

  • Invasion of privacy

    IU Law professor Fred H. Cate says radar searches of homes conducted by law enforcement are illegal and unconstitutional.

  • Giving green

    UITS offers several tips to minimize the environmental impact of your new electronics.

  • Climate changer

    IU researchers' work has greatly advanced the ability of scientists to simulate plant-soil interaction in the global carbon cycle.

  • Growing business

    The IU-funded developer of an app that tracks home maintenance has received $1 million in seed funding.

  • Karst at IU

    A new supercomputing cluster at Indiana University will help researchers secure federal grants to fund discoveries, create jobs in the state, and keep sensitive data safe from cybersecurity threats.

  • Leading light

    IU first lady Laurie Burns McRobbie recently received a leadership award in technology.

  • Fresh look

    IU units in the market for an updated website will soon have a new choice when working with IU Communications.

  • Times two

    IU's Box account has doubled in size, allowing faculty and staff to store and share more data.

  • 'Freedom Summer' app

    Learn more about the historic Freedom Summer campaign to register black voters through the IU Center on Congress' new app.

  • One.IU

    College campuses across the country will benefit from IU's revolutionary software.

  • Techie women have more

    CEWiT is looking for nominations to recognize IU women of achievement in science, technology and education.

  • New appointment

    Von Welch has been named the new director of IU's Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research.

  • Interactive eTexts

    Kelley and IU Press created an interactive eText for students, saving students money while fostering creativity for faculty.

  • Roam if you want to

    IU's agreement with eduroam allows IU faculty and staff free, secure roaming internet service.

  • I Spy

    IU cognitive scientists use a favored game to show spoken language helps direct children's eyes.

  • Think small

    Have any used pens? Scratched CDs? Paper clips? Send them to IU Surplus for recycling.

  • Scam alert

    IU faculty and staff should beware of cyber criminals masquerading as UITS' Help Desk.