Science On Tap takes place at a different Bloomington bar every month, covering topics from sexual health to cybersecurity.
The Bloomington Deputy Fire Chief says says the technology was installed last summer, and it’s been successful.
The city says it will reopen negotiations with other providers.
The group is made up of faculty, staff and students and focuses in part on preserving federal funding for science-related issues.
Purdue University officials are studying underwater creatures and modeling synthetic adhesives after naturally-occurring adhesives.
A new algorithm could help those suffering from a rare form of leukemia determine whether treatment will help.
New research from Indiana University scientists shines a light on what makes certain insects male or female.
The spider is about as long as a quarter is thick.
Once a weapon becomes obsolete because of new technology or machinery, it's shipped to military bases across the U.S. for storage and eventual demilitarization.
The utility says the cost of the new energy-efficient lights will not lead to rate hike.