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May 28, 2014

 

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Indianapolis Chosen For National STEM Education Program

Indianapolis is one of seven cities chosen to create a pilot program that engages area students in STEM subject.

May 27, 2014

 

Deer

Parks Board Unanimously Approves Deer Sharpshooting Plan

The Bloomington Board of Park Commissioners voted 4-0 to hire a sharpshooting firm to kill up to 100 deer in Griffy Lake Nature Preserve.

May 20, 2014

 

Surgeons

State Lawmakers Look To Assist Medical Device Industry

Some Indiana lawkmakers are going to spend the summer looking at ways to assist the medical device industry, one of the strongest industries in the state.

May 20, 2014

 

STEM Students

Ritz Talks STEM Initiatives at Purdue Summit

Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz spoke at the Indiana STEM School Summit at Purdue about the state's efforts to strengthen STEM instruction.

May 17, 2014

 

Great red spot

Jupiter’s Great Red Spot Not So Great Anymore

The Great Red Spot, a huge storm on Jupiter, has been shrinking rapidly and no one is sure why.

May 16, 2014

 

Researchers say genomic sequencing could reduce one-size-fits-all treatment for breast cancer.

IU Researchers To Genomically Sequence Breast Cancer Cells

Indiana University researchers are partnering with a nonprofit genomic sequencing firm to dig into the mutations in breast cancer tumors.

May 16, 2014

 

Cold air funnels form under rapidly growing cumulus towers, but aren't as strong as bona fide tornadoes.

Weather Science: The Cold Air Funnel

Central Indiana’s rapid temperature shift this week has produced the possibility for a rare weather condition: the cold air funnel.

May 13, 2014

 

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Purdue, U.S. Navy to Explore Alternative Energy Sources

Purdue and the U.S. Navy have teamed up to convert up to half of the Navy's energy usage to alternative energy sources such as biofuels by 2020.

May 13, 2014

 

IU Underwater Science Program

Archaeologist Claims He Found Columbus’ Santa Maria

An IU archaeologist is part of the team investigating a shipwreck off the coast of Haiti that one archaeologist says is the Santa Maria.

May 10, 2014

 

Bacteria in nature go through

Researchers Awarded Million-Dollar Bacterial Evolution Grant

The U.S. Army Research Office has granted $6.2 million to four Indiana University researchers to study bacterial evolution.

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