IUPUI will train diverse undergraduate and graduate students to become the next generation of cybersecurity engineers, thanks to a National Science Foundation grant.
Preparing the future cybersecurity workforce
Protecting our children
Exposure to lead in drinking water, especially from private wells, during early childhood is associated with delinquency during teenage years, an IU study finds.Learn about the impact of lead exposure
IUPUI STEM students get new boost
Undergraduates interested in pursuing STEM careers to receive intensive mentoring and research experiences through prestigious Beckman Scholars Program at IUPUI.Learn about the opportunity
Sustaining Hoosier Communities
Dubois County can now partner with IU Bloomington faculty and hundreds of students to address critical issues like health and infrastructure planning through IU's Center for Rural Engagement.Read about the collaboration
Energy (in)justice, its racial and social dimensions and how to make future energy policy more inclusive by design are topics of a new podcast by O'Neill students and faculty member Sanya Carley.Find out how to listen
IU research in the news
"Can Cannabinoids Unlock a Better Understanding of Our Bodies and Brains?" with Hui-Chen Lu, Discover, Feb. 1, 2022
"IUPUI Receives $3.7M Cybersecurity Grant," IUPUI, Inside Indiana Business, Feb. 2, 2022
"What Actually Changed for Little Kids’ Vaccines?," with Chandy John, The Atlantic, Feb. 2, 2022
"Latest jobs report reveals post-pandemic recovery for women is well behind men," with Jessica Calarco, MSNBC, Feb. 6, 2022
"Putting AI to Practical Use in Cybersecurity,” with Fred Cate, Dark Reading Technology, Feb. 10, 2022Read more news about IU research
Resources and events
- The Office of the Vice Provost for Research is offering seed funding of up to $40,000 through its Faculty Research Support Program. The program supports new research projects that have not been previously submitted for external funding but are targeted for submission to a specific agency and whose likelihood of funding would increase with the acquisition of data or proof of concept. The deadline for the next round of funding is Friday, April 1. More information and application available online.
- Want to apply for a grant but need a statistician on your team? The Indiana Statistical Consulting Center supports IU faculty, staff and graduate students by helping with the planning phase, writing the methodological portion of grant proposals, carrying out the proposed analysis and writing up results once the grant is funded. Collaborators will meet free of charge with the agreement that their efforts will be compensated by the grant if funded. More information is available online.
- Bloomington faculty in the arts and humanities are invited to attend "Grants & Bagels: Grantwriting 101 session" at 10 a.m. on Feb. 25 in the Grand Hall, Maxwell Hall. The workshop will provide an overview of how to approach A&H grantwriting as a specific writing form with insights from A&H faculty on how they approach their own grant writing process. Register to attend.
- Regenstrief Data Services is offering a free, 90-minute training session to showcase its MDClone platform – a free, secure, self-service platform for building queries and downloading computationally derived (synthetic) data from RDS. Participants will test the feasibility of a research question, download synthetic data for analysis or share your query with RDS to receive the original data (IRB required). Participants must first request access to the system using your IU credentials. Register to attend the Feb. 16 and Feb. 18 sessions.
- Searching for external research funding? Find information and resources to help you locate relevant funding from external sources, including the Pivot funding search tool.
- Access the latest IU research news from your smart speaker or other smart device. Audio news briefings are now available every Monday, Wednesday and Friday on various channels.
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