June 4, 2021 - IU Research Impact

IU survey findings reveal dramatic impact of pandemic on gender inequity, research productivity

A university-wide survey initiated by Indiana University's Gender Equity in Research Task Force reveals a dramatic negative impact of the pandemic on research productivity and tenure progress among women researchers.

Read more about the task force's work and the survey findings

Using big data to improve health care

In search for new interventions to improve the quality of life for many patients, IUPUI’s Wendy Miller is putting artificial intelligence—especially big data—to use.

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Cicada benefits for forest environments

The emergence of the 17-year Brood X has brought lots of noise, but also benefits for the forest environment.

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Tour an arts, humanities showplace

The new Gayle Karch Cook Center for Public Arts and Humanities in IU Bloomington's historic Maxwell Hall is making transformative arts and humanities experiences accessible to people throughout the university, state, and beyond. Through the digitization magic of IU's UITS Research Technologies 3D Initiative, you can enjoy a complete 3D tour of its beautifully renovated spaces.

Take a tour of Maxwell Hall and the Cook Center

Strengthening IU's partnership with Native American tribes

As part of its commitment to the rights and interests of tribal nations, IU has taken several new measures to strengthen its tribal partnerships, including establishing a first-of-its-kind Native American Graves and Repatriation Act review board of tribal leaders and IU researchers.


Read more about the new measures

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