February 27, 2024 - IU Research Impact

Research highlights in case you missed them ...

Achieving the highest-ever NIH funding, IU School of Medicine now ranks 13th among all public universities

IU School of Medicine researchers received $243 million to continue to tackle some of the nation's most-pressing health challenges, including addiction, Alzheimer's disease and diabetes. This is a more than $54 million increase, or 28%, over the past five years.

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Making smart fibers smarter

To meet the demands of the Internet of Tomorrow, IU assistant professor Alexander Gumennik has developed a new method that will turn fiber optics into network nodes, a never before optimized practice, which helps new complex computing platforms become a resource for a wider audience.

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IU joins national consortium leading AI safety

To improve artificial intelligence safety across the world, as a member of the recently announced U.S. AI Safety Institute Consortium, IU is advancing the development and deployment of trustworthy AI.

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