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Research

  • Bacterial breakthrough

    IU-developed technology opens the doors to more precise methods in the fight against antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

  • Artful balance

    IU political scientist Aurelian Craiutu's new book argues moderation is urgently needed in times of polarization.

  • Catalyzing research

    Scientists who study a molecule known to play a role in certain types of cancers have a powerful new tool due to research conducted at IU.

  • Emerging Areas of Research

    An interdisciplinary team has received the campus's inaugural funding award to study whether machines can learn to think like children.

  • Silver and gold

    Learn about the parallels that a Kelley School retail observer has found between this year's election and holiday shopping habits.

  • Who's there?

    Researchers from SPEA spent their fall capturing and learning more about northern saw-whet owls.

  • Molecular mechanism

    Researchers on the Bloomington campus may have found a link between prostate cancer and Ewing's sarcoma.

  • 'Worked to death'

    Read the latest on a Kelley School of Business study that finds that job-related stress can have an affect on lifespan.

  • Hot Topics

    The director of IU's Center for Research on Race and Ethnicity in Society plays important role in connecting faculty research to election hot topics.

  • Building skills

    IU researchers have found that playing with blocks develops children's spatial ability better than board games.

  • Internal grants

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

  • Never before seen

    Beetles have given IU researchers insight into how new traits may evolve through the recruitment of existing genes.

  • Catching Lionfish

    IU students discover new method of managing invasive lionfish on the island of Bonaire.

  • Virtual reality check

    For the first time in three decades, research shows that there may be a decline in the sexualization of female video game characters.

  • Positive feedback

    IU's massive preservation initiative is expanding its partnership with a Sony company to make Bloomington the nation's premier digitization hub.

  • 'Complex terrains'

    According to one IU researcher, reality television projects a limited perspective of Korean participants.

  • Seeing stars

    "There are relatively few ways to explore conditions at the birth of the universe, but low-metal galaxies are among the most promising," IU astronomer John Salzer said.

  • Outnumbered

    Check out the research that suggests only one-thousandth of one percent of species on Earth are now identified.

  • Creative scholarship

    Read about the 39 faculty members who have received funding through the New Frontiers in the Arts and Humanities program.

  • Cognitive evolution

    Five IU professors have received one of the largest grants ever awarded to study human origins.