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New research co-authored by USC Price visiting scholar Dr. Jevay Grooms in the Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment shows that older Americans are increasingly seeking treatment for substance use disorder (SUD), and there are alarming racial disparities when it comes to completing treatment programs.
A silicon device developed by Indiana researchers that can change skin tissue into blood vessels and nerve cells has advanced from prototype to standardized fabrication, meaning it can now be made in a consistent, reproducible way
Since the pandemic struck the United States more than a year ago, Indiana University Bloomington virologist John Patton, graduate student Asha Philip and others have been working on a COVID-19 vaccine for young children, based on a well-established childhood vaccine for the common illness rotavirus.
Working with colleagues from the Polytechnic University of Milan in Italy, the OSoMe team has created a publicly available dashboard called CoVaxxy to explore the relationship between misinformation on Twitter and attitudes about COVID-19 vaccines.
Indiana University and consortium to develop and study DNA-encoded monoclonal antibodies as an additional way to fight SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19
A team of IU researchers is setting out to try to create a breath testing device similar to a Breathalyzer that could detect COVID-19
Older adults experienced greater depression and loneliness during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new study by Indiana University researchers.
Indiana University president Michael A. McRobbie wrote an op ed in Education Dive titled “President Speaks: Colleges must prioritize foreign languages.”
Indiana University researchers have created a new tool to observe living cells in real time under a microscope. It could contribute to the search for new antibacterial drugs.
Researchers at Indiana University's School of Public and Environmental Affairs found that public opinion of oil and gas development could be improved if firms were "green certified," meaning that they pledged to adhere to stricter environmental standards th