December 3, 2021 - IU Research Impact

Safe shopping this holiday season

How can you protect yourself while shopping in person or online this holiday season? Here are key insights and tips from Kelley School of Business marketing expert Demetra Andrews.

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Silicone nanochip can reprogram human tissue to aid healing

An innovative device that can treat a variety of chronic health concerns by reprogramming biological tissue in living bodies, developed by IU School of Medicine researchers, is one step closer to potential use.

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Survey: Most Hoosiers see IU research impact in their lives

A majority of Hoosiers feel IU research helps create solutions to important problems facing Indiana, and 70 percent of Indiana residents recognize research has a positive impact in their day-to-day lives, according to a new survey.

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It's the year of the gift card

Supply chain issues mean specific items likely won't be available for purchase this year, making gift cards a strong alternative to capture the consumer demand, says an IU retail expert.

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Empowering Indiana's nurses of color

To fill a critical gap in expertise, leadership skills, and advocacy for patients and families, an IU School of Nursing program is engaging nurses of color to prepare them for health policy and advocacy roles.

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