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Harnessing Sound for Health: A Conversation with Tim Colonius
Researchers identify microbe that protects bees from fungal infections
IU among top 100 worldwide universities granted U.S. patents
Clinical trial shows cell therapy improves clinical outcomes in heart failure
AMP recommends minimum set of pharmacogenetic alleles to guide clinical CYP2D6 genotype testing, pro
NSF to fund research on ‘boundary spanning’ in Ph.D. studies
Researcher Working to Uncover Key to Cellular Mechanisms in Parasite
IU works with Native American tribes on new measures to strengthen partnership
Study finds specialty behavioral health establishments increased, but more needs to be done
Innovative surgical simulator is a significant advance in training trauma teams
UNESCO x LVMH project provide solutions in Amazon biosphere reserves
Why, how some human tissues strive for life after death: Grant to fund IU-led research
Plant consumers play unexpectedly large role in evolution of seedling success
Staring into space: Physicists predict neutron stars may be bigger than previously imagined
Targeting Radiation Resistance: Why Some Tumors Are So Stubborn
A bridge from classroom to providing actual patient care: A study of Regenstrief tEMR
Your stomach may be secret to fighting obesity
Cancer Researchers Study Cognitive Dysfunction after Chemo
Relationship and sexual satisfaction are linked to better self-care for people with epilepsy
PSCR Awards $8M for First Responder 3D Indoor Tracking Prize
IU’s Janet McCabe confirmed as deputy administrator of EPA under Biden administration
NYU Abu Dhabi researchers design simulator to help stop spread of ‘fake news’
Expanding MIT’s global reach in professional world
Possible new PET tracer for early detection of Alzheimer’s
Scientists Probe Mysterious Melting of Earth’s Crust in Western North America
Virtually Envisioning Global Climate
Emergency EMR created in a week to respond to COVID-19 crisis
Patients with traumatic brain injuries face challenges navigating healthcare system
Case Western Reserve and Atelerix Life Sciences Inc. sign option license to develop new therapeutic approach to opioid crisis
B cell activating factor possible key to hemophilia immune tolerance
Indiana University, tribal nations complete Angel Mounds repatriation
CHOP-led Research Study Identifies Key Target in Treatment-Resistant Hemophilia A
Survey: Majority of Hoosiers view university, policymaker collaboration as crucial for Indiana
Stanford plant biologists help develop guide for science outreach
Single day of competition in wild is encoded in brain
Blood test for depression, bipolar disorder offers promise of personalized treatment
Preventive treatment reduces diabetic retinopathy complications
Analysis: Nonprofit Organizations Across Country Are in Crisis
New Technology ‘Retrains’ Cells To Repair Damaged Brain Tissue In Mice After Stroke
Methadone research could help babies exposed to opioids in utero
Digital twins could lead to more proactive, personalized medicine, IU researchers say
Could rotavirus genome be key to COVID-19 vaccine for kids? IU researchers say yes
Soft contact lenses eyed as new solutions to monitor ocular diseases
$23.3M grant awarded to international chemical safety project involving IU researchers
ACS Outreach Volunteers of Year recognized for outstanding service
Federal investment in small businesses could revive economy after pandemic
Funneling government grants into smaller ventures produces better economic returns, research finds
Tissue filler, scaffold technologies provide new options for patients with breast cancer, other diseases