The program is called Able Flight, and it's the only place in the state where people with disabilities can learn how to fly.
The same technology will be used in buses in coming years.
The DNR handed out more than 300 pairs of eclipse glasses as part of the event.
An Indianapolis charter school is the first in the country to use a virtual reality program to teach science to high school students.
The Bloomington City Council voted unanimously Thursday night to approve a plan that effectively fast-tracks the city's solar panel installation schedule.
Without special eye protection, scientists warn that retinal damage is imminent for anyone viewing next month's eclipse from Indiana.
3-D printing technology has had an impact on countless industries, but there are few areas where it shows more potential than medicine.
The sun will be completely obscured by the moon on August 21, and scientists say you’ll need more than a pair of sunglasses to view it.
Eli Lilly & Co. and the school are calling the agreement Purdue's largest strategic collaboration with a single company.
The Indiana Division of Forestry says logging is a way to manage the forest for overall health, but advocacy groups say the logging is detrimental.