If a star blows up in our galaxy, Indiana University-developed technology may one day directly detect the event faster than a telescope.
IUPUI is the 31st educational institution in the nation to be certified as an affiliate of the Bee Campus USA program.
Uses for such a breakthrough battery could include microelectronics, medical devices, electric vehicles, drones and cellphones.
The researchers have been award $1.8 million in grants intended to support activities that build a foundation for a lifetime in academics.
More than 70 faculty members from across the country are coming to IU Bloomington to promote and develop STEM disciplines.
IU is featured in "Fiske Guide to Colleges 2018," a source of the "best and most interesting schools" used by many during college searches.
The IU Foundation Board of Directors, which supports IU's fundraising goals, has appointed Julie Davis and James Fielding as new members.
The Jacobs School is partnering with Santa Fe Opera on the electro-acoustic opera about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs's life.
Jacquet-Morrison is the first IU woman to receive the honor and Shore is the first from the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.
Read about new patches for IUPD, a reorganization for IU Research and Technology Corp., faculty and staff honors and promotions and more.
Choreographer Stafford C. Berry Jr. will lead IU's African American Dance Company, and musician James A. Strong will direct IU Soul Revue.
Fear of arrest undercuts an Indiana law shielding anyone who administers naloxone, an opioid overdose antidote, from criminal charges.
IUPUI will host 25 young leaders from 20 sub-Saharan African countries who are participating in the Mandela Washington Fellowship program.
IU geologist Lee Florea is part of a team working on a multiyear effort to map and study ice caves under the glaciers on Mount Rainier.
Dennis Peters of IU Bloomington and Pratibha Varma-Nelson of IUPUI have been named fellows of the American Chemical Society.
The Health Professions Enrichment Program is an initiative of Project Outreach and Prevention on Teen Violence.
Some freshmen wait to find their footing before taking on responsibilities outside their course load, but Kaeli Bryant jumped right in.
Learning Haitian Creole at IU's Summer Language Workshop will help mathematician Ken Dutch be a more caring and effective volunteer.
Thomas Wilkins conduct Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 5 and Dvorak's Symphony No. 9 at the IU Jacobs School of Music on July 15.
Public health Ph.D. students at IUPUI didn't let the rookie status of their research chapter stand in the way of winning a competition.
IU students are serving as mentors in reading or math and helping lead STEM-related projects at local elementary school summer programs.
An IU-led study has found a significant link between medication use and lowered risk for substance abuse problems in people with ADHD.
Students in IU Kokomo's New Media Art Technology program stepped out of their comfort zones and off campus for a retreat.
South Bend has partnered with LimeBikes, a company that provides the opportunity for the public to ride bikes at a low cost.
A $25 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. will fund a recruitment strategy designed to attract top scientists to IU School of Medicine.
Indiana University faculty members Kathy Licht and Todd Thompson have been named fellows of the Geological Society of America.
The I Association recently hosted more than 145 guests from six countries for the former IU diving coach's celebration.
Inside IU Bloomington teamed up with local blogger and alumna Jessica Quirk to brainstorm do-it-yourself projects using recycled IU items.
Read about Victor Oladipo's return to the state, new Jacobs faculty members, a federal grant for an IU language learning project and more.
Indiana University's Indiana Institute on Disability and Community has been awarded $2.7 million for research in disability studies.
Learn about a grant for IU's outreach clinic, the Staff Council blood drive, an IU surgeon general nominee and more.
The move to the Horizon League means new rivalries and shorter road trips for IUPUI student-athletes.
For 40 years, the Minority Engineering Advancement Program summer camp has inspired kids to pursue degrees and careers in engineering.
Established in 2013 at IUPUI, Paw's Pantry looks to expand to keep up with demand and donations.
Carolyn Gentle-Genitty, Hitesh Kathuria and Todd Schmitz have been appointed assistant vice presidents at Indiana University.
IU will have a significant presence at the 47th annual Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration, which runs through Sunday, July 16.
IU Kokomo hospitality and tourism management students learned that there’s more to wine than red or white during a Wines of the World class.
The Indiana University Maurer School of Law has selected 23 students for its 2017 Stewart Fellows Overseas Externship Program.
The Jacobs School has hired Chris Albanese and Carolann Buff as faculty in choral conducting. Albanese will direct the Singing Hoosiers.
The Regenstrief Institute will now train researchers in the increasingly important fields of public and population health informatics.
Research on the work of Alma Eikerman turned into an exhibit showcasing connections to the founder of jewelry and metalsmithing at IU.
Michele J. Hansen has been named assistant vice chancellor for institutional research and decision support.
The Indiana Geological Survey, a research institute of Indiana University, has changed its name to the Indiana Geological and Water Survey.
The new option, through the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, can be completed in just two years.
Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie has released a statement thanking Sen. Luke Kenley for his support of higher education.
A new Center for Learning Analytics and Student Success will further IU Bloomington's commitment to teaching and learning.
New research by the IU School of Medicine gives the most detailed view yet of tau protein structures found in Alzheimer's disease.
Almost anyone can access one of the largest academic music libraries in the world thanks to Michelle Hahn.
Due in part to the opioid drug epidemic, a social work degree has become an even hotter ticket to a job.
Among Herman B Wells' personal papers were 23 reels of home movies, their content mostly unknown and unviewed -- until recently.