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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

The Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health ECHO Center at IUPUI has launched its first program focusing on HIV education, prevention and treatment in Indiana. The program is free and open to all members of the medical profession.
Martin Swany, a professor and chair of the Department of Intelligent Systems Engineering at Indiana University Bloomington, answers questions about his work with thermal imaging and electromagnetic probes.
The Indiana University Center for Rural Engagement will host a variety of new arts and cultural offerings in the Indiana communities of Huntingburg, Nashville and Salem this winter and spring.
The Indiana University Philanthropic Venture Fund, which invests in IU-related ventures, has invested $250,000 in Indianapolis-based Encamp Inc. The company works with its clients to make environmental compliance simple and accurate.
Indiana students with disabilities included in general education classrooms do significantly better on Indiana state assessments than their peers placed in separate special education classrooms, an Indiana University research study concludes.
A study from Indiana University has found that trees influence whether soil can remove or emit gases that cause smog, acid rain and respiratory problems.
A population health study has identified striking socioeconomic and racial disparities in patient care in 34 Indiana counties with cancer death rates higher than the state's average.