Editor's Picks

Technology

  • Predicting remission

    Researchers in the School of Science at IUPUI have successfully trained a computer to predict remission or relapse for cancer patients.

  • Minje Kim

    An assistant professor of Intelligent Systems Engineering at the School of Informatics and Computing has received a gift from Intel for an artificial intelligence project.

  • Taking off

    IU is a leading university in developing policies and procedures for unmanned aircraft or drones.

  • Patenting potential

    The School of Business at IU East is inspiring students by making advanced technology readily available.

  • HomeSHARE

    With the help of a National Science Foundation grant, IU plans to establish the first networked system of smart homes.

  • Operation Online

    IU is serving students who are veterans or active military through online learning options.

  • All access

    Visiting lecturer Melinda Stanley of IU Kokomo has taken her online students on virtual fieldtrips and uses analytics to assess their comprehension.

  • Engineering a future

    IU has been awarded a grant that will fund a variety of research projects that will foster international collaboration.

  • Turning the page

    IU’s pioneering eText initiative surpassed $10 million in total revenue this summer as it grew to more than 40,000 students.

  • Fast forward

    IU has launched three new high-performance computing resources intended to enhance research capabilities.

  • 'Turning point'

    Read more about Bloomington's first group of engineering majors, 25 undergraduate and 20 Ph.D. students who started this semester.

  • Jetstream

    IU is helping to create, implement and operate a new cloud-based computing and data analysis tool.

  • Technology upgrade

    A new grant means faster internet connections for each of IU's regional campuses.

  • Accelerated potential

    The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is collaborating with the School of Engineering and Technology to provide high school students with hands-on learning experience.

  • Sharing perspectives

    IU Press is asking residents to take part in a photographic celebration of Indiana’s bicentennial.

  • Aquatic habitat

    An IU hydrologist has been awarded more than half a million dollars to research streams and rivers in North America.

  • Activity Insight

    IU will begin using new software intended to simplify the faculty annual reporting process.

  • Open resource

    IU has announced the release of the IU Teaching Online Series, available in Canvas as an open educational resource.

  • Visualizing data

    A website created by an environmental epidemiologist at IUPUI that shows how climate change will impact Indianapolis has won a national competition.

  • 'True amazement'

    An Evansville man is the first to benefit from a transformative new prosthesis developed through the IU School of Dentistry.