Seven IU Biology alums have been included in Cell Mentor's list of "1,000 inspiring Black scientists in America."
Gabriel Muhire Gihana—who earned his Ph.D. in genome, cell, and developmental biology in 2019—has been named a Damon Runyon Fellow.
Watch a recording of Shawn Otto's presentation: "War on science: Why millions of Americans have stopped believing in facts and what it means for democracy."
Professors Matt Hahn and Malcolm Winkler have been appointed as distinguished professors by Indiana University trustees.
Dr. Sapna Mehta met the teaching challenges presented by the pandemic with creativity to improve learning modalities for her students.
Researchers analyzing data from decades-long junco study have found that testosterone may reduce lifespan by increasing telomere loss.
You need a new shot every year because current flu vaccines provide limited and temporary protection. But researchers' new strategy could change that.
IU scientists dig deeper to learn how and why tree species impact air quality and climate.
An analysis of a global dataset of collected and observed bees shows that fewer species are being found in most recent decades.
Professor Matthew Hahn has been awarded the IU Bicentennial Medal for his distinguished service to the university.