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The economy, and the EPA

January 29, 2021—IU economists analyze why the epidemic, not shutdown policies, is the main job killer, and an IU professor discusses how the Environmental Protection Agency can advance environmental justice. View a text transcript of the audio.

Traveling, and teen vaping

January 27, 2021—An IU expert weighs in on whether it is safe to travel now, and a new survey finds vaping among teens is on the decline. View a text transcript of the audio

Misinformation, and immigrants

January 25, 2021—IU surveys find a significant number of Americans believe false narratives about the validity of the 2021 election, and IUPUI researchers are studying the influence of race on the lives of second-generation U.S. immigrants. View a text transcript of the audio.

Health, and delirium

January 22, 2021—IU researchers are tackling low health rankings in Indiana, and one IU physician is studying ways to use music to help with delirium. View a text transcript of the audio.

Joe Biden's presidency

January 20, 2021—A senior advisor for the Indiana University Center on Representative Government discusses Joe Biden’s job of uniting the country, and IU’s Janet McCabe has been nominated to serve as deputy administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. View a text transcript of the audio.

Cultural trauma, and policy to address inequity

January 18, 2021—An IU professor is developing a tool to measure Black males’ perception of cultural trauma and racial justice, and a professor at IUPUI is helping government reevaluate policies through an inequity lens. View a text transcript of the audio.

Anxiety, and Big Brother

January 15, 2021—IU researchers are investigating the best care options for Americans with chest pain from anxiety, and an IU professor discusses the ethics of neighborhoods using license plate readers. View a text transcript of the audio.

Political violence, and vaccines

January 13, 2021—An IU expert weighs in on the current political violence at the U.S. Capitol, and an IU physician discusses the risks of the COVID-19 vaccine. View a text transcript of the audio.

Blowflies, and Alzheimer’s

January 11, 2021—IU researchers are studying whether blowflies can help detect chemical weapons, and an IU research team is studying whether social connectedness of older adults predicts their vulnerability to Alzheimer's and general cognitive decline. View a text transcript of the audio.

 

Rebuilding families, and regenerative medicine

January 8, 2021— An IU researcher is creating a camp to help families impacted by substance use disorder and the IU School of Medicine offers a new PhD program in regenerative medicine and technologies. View a text transcript of the audio.

Reflection, and opioid use disorder

January 6, 2021—IU experts suggest skipping the traditional January resolutions to make time for some New Year’s reflection instead, and a new study finds nontraditional prescribing methods may have helped patients with opioid use disorder during the pandemic. View a text transcript of the audio.

Fruit flies, and education

January 4, 2021 — Indiana University keeps the world’s largest fruit fly collection going during the pandemic, and a study co-led by IU researchers found virtual learning due to the pandemic is taking a toll on both students and caregivers. View a text transcript of the audio.

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