Apprenticeships are making a comeback in Indiana as several institutions apply new ideas to an ancient form of learning.
A vast trove of manuscripts, correspondence and memorabilia that science fiction-fantasy writer Ray Bradbury amassed during his more than 70-year career is headed into a yearslong undertaking to sort and preserve his legacy for the ages.
A Notre Dame professor is part of a team asking NASA to open containers of lunar soil that have been sealed for decades.
A group from IU's Center for Underwater Science will visit the site of a Spanish treasure fleet shipwreck from the 1700s this summer.
The craft is travelling so fast that researchers won’t know exactly where it will hit until four hours before the crash.
The group “Concerned Scientists @ IU” say Wednesday night’s event is the first congressional candidate forum focusing on issues of science and public policy.
The Indiana Forest Alliance is wrapping up an Ecoblitz with 40 scientists from several Indiana universities and environmental organizations.
A county in northern Indiana is considering new restrictions that could hinder a proposed wind farm that would bring 75 power generating turbines to the area.
A bill that incentivizes telecommunications companies to enter less profitable rural areas passed late Wednesday night.
A study shows that the biggest broadband consumption on Purdue's network was going to gaming sites, streamed music and assorted video providers.
A program at Brown County High School that lets students manufacture and sell products to the community will expand in the fall.