These initial results from IU’s Bloomington campus were presented today, and they show an opportunity for improvement.
Senior Research Professor of Medicine Orschell will study medication combinations designed to combat acute radiation syndrome, also known as radiation sickness.
To start, researchers will study 7,200 student athletes from 12 universities, but that number could grow to nearly 37,000 students at 30 schools.
The university announced a $300 million, five-year program for what it calls transformative solutions for some of the planet’s most pressing problems.
The 21st Century Cures Act would dedicate $1.75 billion for the National Institutes of Health in each of the next five years.
IU Associate Scientist Chris Harshaw says this connection might lead to knowing more about how fevers could relieve social symptoms of autism.
A new study out of Purdue University shows infants in the US aren’t getting as much of those nutrients as babies in other countries.
The $1 million investment will allow for Southern Indiana’s Battery Innovation Center to build new wind and solar power storage systems.
The North Central Super Pave Center works to develop new asphalt mixtures that let in as little moisture as possible.
Sixth District Congressman Luke Messer will move into House leadership when the chamber reconvenes in January.