New treatments. Innovative technology. Meaningful discoveries. Life-altering art. At Indiana University, our research and creative activities are enhancing lives, building the Hoosier economy and strengthening communities across Indiana and around the world.

Preparing students, others for challenges of digital world

As National Cybersecurity Awareness Month proceeds, IU and Purdue are launching a program to help all of us confront ethical challenges of an increasingly digital world. 

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A completely new platform for healthcare

Regenerative medicine uses medical and engineering technologies to rescue organs from the damage of aging, trauma, and disease.

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Preparing for tomorrow

As climate change affects the Midwest, understanding the changes we're experiencing right now is invaluable for future planning. Meet some researchers working to ensure Indiana is prepared.

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Finding new ways to combat addiction

Two years ago, IU launched the Responding to the Addictions Crisis Grand Challenge. Learn how researchers and community partners are helping to improve the lives of people impacted by the addictions crisis.

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Preserving our culture and history for all

With its exceptional resources devoted to preserving archives and collections of all kinds, IU is helping to save our world’s cultural heritage on film, video, audio, digital formats, and more.

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Innovative approaches to real-world problems

IU researchers are at the forefront of artificial intelligence work, pioneering the application of AI in many areas benefitting science and society.

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Upcoming Event

Indiana Alzheimer Disease Center 2019 Fall Research Symposium

Resilience to Alzheimer’s describes those people who maintain their cognitive ability despite showing sometimes advanced Alzheimer’s disease-associated brain pathology. This year’s symposium theme is “Resilience to Cognitive Impairment, and Alzheimer’s Disease Complexity”. Scheduled speakers include Timothy Hohman (Vanderbilt University); Heather Snyder (Alzheimer’s Association); and Kathy Newell, Daniel Clark, Jungsu Kim, Kwangsik Nho, Diana Svaldi, Andrew Saykin, and Debomoy Lahiri, from Indiana University. Registration form.

October 31, 2019 | 8 am

Goodman Hall Auditorium
355 W. 16th Street
Indianapolis, IN