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
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 about quantum simulation work at IU
IU campuses part of coalition to develop quantum technologies
The new Center for Quantum Technologies will strengthen industry partnerships and the search for potential quantum applications in energy efficiency, computer technology, banking, national security, health care, and more.Learn more about the new quantum center
A new family of high-tech nanoparticles discovered
IUPUI researchers have discovered new high-entropy nanoparticles that have a variety of potential high-tech applications including energy storage and space travel.
Read more about the discovery
IUPUI students from four schools are helping Indy host the championships
IUPUI staff will present on the role of higher education in environmental sustainability at the Vision 2045 Summit.
Lata Balakrishnan of the School of Science will study the role of DNA replication errors in cancer, such as pancreatic and blood cancers.
The Hoosier STEM Academy, which includes the School of Education and School of Science at IUPUI, received over $600,000 to address teacher shortage.
This annual recognition honors IUPUI associate professors who have made exceptional contributions to research in their field.
The Naval research and leadership development project is a partnership with the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division.
The Center for Environmental Sustainability Through Insect Farming will explore the use of insects to address global food shortages.
The partnership will provide academy participants with scholarships to any academic program in the school.
IU Bloomington and IUPUI scientists are partnering with Purdue and Notre Dame to establish the Center for Quantum Technologies.
A first-of-its-kind large-scale study found vegetation is becoming increasingly water-limited as global temperatures increase.