Groundbreaking marks next step in IU physicists' efforts toward creating a 'supernova detector'

If a star blows up anywhere in our galaxy, Indiana University-developed technology may one day directly measure particles from the explosion -- as well as detect the event faster than a telescope.

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Girls rock IUPUI with growing music skills and self-confidence

Girls Rock Indianapolis took over the Informatics and Communications Technology Complex this month. Girls ages 9 to 16 learned how to play instruments while writing their own songs and building self-confidence.

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IU students honored by Pat Tillman Foundation for military service and scholarship

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July 19, 2017

Though IU students have received the honor for four years in a row, Alicia Jacquet-Morrison is the first IU woman to be recognized, and Rick Shore is the first IU School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences student.