From increasing our understanding of ancient life to protecting today’s world to finding new cures for debilitating diseases, investments in fundamental science and technology research at Indiana University lead to results with far-reaching impacts.
Making discoveries that change our world
Quantum science and engineering at IU
Advancing quantum science
A growing group of scientists at IU are advancing a wide range of quantum science and engineering research.
Discovering new quantum materials
IU researchers such as Phil Richerme are working on quantum simulation technology that would be the first of its kind, offering unprecedented opportunities to address questions in quantum physics.Learn more
IU expands expertise in quantum information science
A National Science Foundation grant will establish a new faculty fellow position in the revolutionary field of quantum theory and computing.Learn more
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