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July 27, 2018


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Purdue Researchers Bringing Self-Driving Technology To Indiana Roads

Self-driving cars are still years away. But the technology that will make them work is on the ground in Indiana.

July 24, 2018


Indiana University Releases App To Improve Recognition Of ‘Fake News’

The app shows a fake social media feed full of articles from both real and fake media outlets and allows players to choose whether to like, share or fact-check each story.

July 23, 2018


Purdue Study Uses Mineralogy To Determine Previous Climate On Mars

Researchers at Purdue University are analyzing rocks and minerals to determine what Mars’ climate was like in the past. And they say the planet could have had areas capable of supporting life.

July 9, 2018


Purdue Develops Sensors To Monitor Health Using Contact Lenses

Purdue University is developing technology that would give soft contact lenses the ability to monitor body temperature, glucose levels and other health factors.

July 6, 2018


IU Researchers Work On 3D-Printing Organs

An Indiana University research team hopes to use 3D printing to replicate organs.

July 5, 2018


Scientists Find New Species Of Spider Native To Indiana Cave

Islandiana lewisi is the first new spider in its genus to be found in over 30 years.

July 4, 2018


An App For Fireworks? New Technology Works To Make Celebrations Safer

The new app and remote firing device allow for pyrotechnics to be triggered at a distance.

June 22, 2018


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More Emergency Responders In Indiana Relying On Drones

The Center for the Study of the Drone at Bard College estimates more than 30 police, fire and city departments in Indiana have drones.

May 28, 2018


Researchers Develop Tool To Identify Physical Traits From DNA

Researchers say HIrisPlex-S could help find new leads for unsolved cold cases or missing persons investigations.

May 25, 2018


Deer Ticks Found In New Areas Of The State

Deer ticks, which can carry Lyme disease, have historically lived to the east and south of Indiana and in the northern part of the state near Chicago.

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