November 12, 2021 - IU Research Impact

Leading the way in Alzheimer's research

IU School of Medicine investigators lead the way nationally in research related to detecting and slowing the progress of Alzheimer's and related dementias, including new National Institute on Aging-funded work at the Stark Neurosciences Research Institute.

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Addressing supply chain issues

What do current supply chain issues mean for the holiday season? IU business expert Amrou Awaysheh provides insight and shares how IU researchers are helping manufacturers improve supply chain processes.


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Helping schools confront youth suicide

The risk of suicide among U.S. high school students is a serious problem, and growing worse. IU sociologist Anna Mueller is helping schools and their communities identify evidence-based approaches to help students and confront the ongoing issue.

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IU business, econ research top-ranked by U.S. News

In a recent ranking, U.S. News & World Report placed IU Bloomington’s Department of Economics and IU's Kelley School of Business in its top 25 “Best Global Universities for Economics and Business.”

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A close look at the power of prosecutors of color

Inspired by the experiences of Kamala Harris, an IU Bloomington criminal justice professor is studying the roles prosecutors of color may play in criminal justice reform. (Photo by Gage Skidmore).

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