October 8, 2021 - IU Research Impact

Want love? Get vaxxed, says new survey from Match.com, IU's Kinsey Institute

Vaccination status is of paramount importance to the majority of singles today, according to the 11th annual Singles in America study. The most comprehensive annual scientific survey of single Americans, the study is released by Match.com in association with researchers at IU's Kinsey Institute.

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A state summit for better cybersecurity

To combat the growing cyberrisks that surround us, leaders from IU, Purdue, and Notre Dame are convening the first Indiana Statewide Cybersecurity Summit on Oct. 18, 2021. The virtual summit is free to attend.

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Churches key in mental health support for Black Americans

Collaboration between Black churches and the mental health sector can help make mental health services for Black Americans more accessible, says an IU study.

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Machine learning offers new insights into Alzheimer's

The tools of AI may help doctors predict which patients will develop Alzheimer’s disease.

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Tracking political bias on social media

New IU research says political information Twitter users see in their news feed depends on the leaning of their earliest connections, not the platform itself.

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