Revolutionizing the space sector
In order to train the future space workforce and the next generation of space-cybersecurity, IU now offers the first ever space governance and space-cybersecurity digital badge in the United States.
Connecting environment and health
To help Hoosier communities prepare for extreme heat, IU’s Daniel Johnson is exploring the relationship between environmental and social vulnerabilities – research which also helps to increase awareness of environmental injustices across the United States.Watch his video
Decarbonizing the globe
Chen Zhu, professor of Earth and Atmospheric Science, is investigating CO2-water-rock interactions toward removing carbon from the atmosphere and limiting global warming, thanks to a new grant from the National Science Foundation.Learn more about his work
Research leadership searches
Indiana University is seeking to fill three key positions: 1) associate vice president and vice provost for research, 2) associate vice president for research development and 3) associate vice president for innovation and commercialization. These positions will join the IU Research leadership team and support IU's growing research enterprise, serving all IU campuses. Applications are being accepted.
- The 1st Year Research Immersion Program is a new opportunity for first-year undergraduate students, matching them with faculty members that have active research, scholarly and creative activity programs. Faculty mentors will receive $2,000 for their participation. Open to all full-time faculty on the Indianapolis, Columbus and Fort Wayne campuses. You must be logged into InfoReady to apply. Deadline: July 28.
- Looking for additional funding opportunities? Use Pivot to search for external funding to support your work. Private foundation and corporate funding is also available through the Office of Business Partnerships and the Office of Foundation Relations.
IU research in the news
- "'If Software Companies Are Liable for Bugs, How Exactly Would That Work?," The Wall Street Journal, with Scott Shackelford.
- "Tick and mosquito season is already shaping up to be severe this year," NBC News, with Graham McKeen.
- "Americans got stingier after a pandemic surge in giving, but donations remain high," Yahoo Finance, with IU's Lilly Family School of Philanthropy.
- "Gary working with Indiana University on climate resilience plan," Northwest Indiana Times, with IU's Environmental Resilience Institute.
July 28 • 12pm - 1pm
Professor Christine Picard is a member of the groundbreaking team that established the world’s first research center dedicated to insects as feed and food (Center for Environmental Sustainability through Insect Farming), funded by the National Science Foundation and other industry members. Learn how Picard and her research team are developing strategies to optimize insect production as a sustainable solution to address the protein needs of a growing global population