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Could a blood test measure your pain and mood? One startup believes it can
An IU-connected startup is using precision medicine to test for pain, suicidal mood ABC News | July 25, 2019Read more
Good news and bad about that Capital One data breach
Cybersecurity expert and IU Vice President for Research Fred Cate offers insights on the latest information breach. The Hill | August 8, 2019Read more
An IUPUI scientist sent mice into space. They could help mend your broken bones one day.
When SpaceX launched its Dragon resupply capsule to the International Space Station, it carried a research experiment from IUPUI that could lead to a better bone-healing drug. The Indianapolis Star | August 13, 2019Read more
A surprising new study suggests DNA plays a role in a person's political leanings. explains.
served as an administrator in EPA's Office of Air and Radiation after spending seven years as assistant commissioner in the Indiana Department of Environmental Management's Office of Air Quality. "We... Read more about Expert says toxic contamination goes beyond 'Don't eat the fish or play in the soil' strategy
As a health law professor who studies the relationship between the U.S. health care system and opioid overdoses, I have researched the (opioid) epidemic's causes. In particular, I have researched the... Read more about Shouldn't there be a law against reckless opioid sales? Turns out, there is
Students at got a hands-on lesson on how to escape a fire Tuesday. Crews set up a fire simulator in one of the dorms and had people practice how to get out safely through dark and smoke-filled hallwa... Read more about VIDEO: 'Realistic fire drill' gives IU Bloomington students lesson in escaping dorm fire
Instead of simply kissing off the threat of fundamental changes to our economic system, some business leaders understandably want to engage their constituencies in defending free enterprise and addres... Read more about CEOs must start selling capitalism