Editor's Picks


  • How fast will your home sell?

    Computer scientists from the School of Science have developed what they believe to be the first data-based answer to how long it will take for a house to sell.

  • A moral imperative?

    An IUPUI study found that voluntarily child-free people are stigmatized for the decision to not have children.

  • Forward momentum

    The School of Engineering and Technology has signed an agreement with Tsinghua University that will result in joint research on autonomous cars.

  • Speed it up

    Chemists at IUPUI have developed a method to speed up the process of synthesizing new compounds for drug treatments.

  • Gene-mapping success

    Researchers at the School of Science have sequenced the genome of the black blow fly, a process usually performed by a large, often international, consortium.

  • Real-time Kelley research

    "This particular study by Dr. Porter jumped out at me as something that could have immediate practical implications for our HR majors."

  • Grand Challenges returns

    Information sessions about the second round of proposals are happening this week in Bloomington and Indianapolis.

  • Building careers

    For nearly a decade, an IUPUI internship program has exposed students to careers in health care.

  • What is a 'Hoosier'?

    A University Library research team is exploring online newspapers and other sources for the origins of the term.

  • Battling depression

    A research-based summer camp helps Latino youth cope with depression while fitting into the community.

  • To your health

    The Center for Translational Musculoskeletal Research has built a reputation for translating bone health research into action.

  • Discovering the Science of the Environment

    The Duke Energy Foundation has presented the Center for Earth and Environmental Science with a $400,000 grant.

  • Trailblazers

    Two IUPUI researchers were honored with the 2016 Research Frontiers Trailblazer Award.

  • Chuckstrong Tailgate Gala

    A fundraiser in honor of Colts coach and cancer survivor Chuck Pagano raised nearly $1.2 million for cancer research at IU.

  • Racing for the Cure

    A Komen Foundation grant is helping an IUPUI researcher in her breast cancer inquiries.

  • International collaboration

    The goal is to foster cutting-edge collaborative research and to build stronger ties with university partners in Japan.

  • Center offers 'true partnership'

    Faculty and students alike gain from mathematics center support.

  • Research turns into reality

    Program lets students turn projects such as mobile apps into commercial opportunities.

  • RISE to the IUPUI Challenge

    RISE Day explores program's impact on student success, due to research, international experience, service learning and experiential education.

  • Diplomacy Lab

    The U.S. Department of State is turning to IUPUI and other university campuses to help it address a growing diplomatic to-do list.