Biologists earn NSF biodiversity grant

Biologists earn NSF biodiversity grant

IU Bloomington biologists who specialize in the ecology and evolution of microbes have been named one of 12 teams in the…

Biologists earn NSF biodiversity grant
15th annual James P. Holland Lecture Oct. 20

15th annual James P. Holland Lecture Oct. 20

A leading cancer researcher whose work focuses on how the tumor-suppressing protein p53 networks with other genes to control cell…

15th annual James P. Holland Lecture Oct. 20
Study of new treatments for alcoholism receives $2.3 million NIH grant

Study of new treatments for alcoholism receiv…

Indiana University Bloomington clinical psychologist Peter Finn has received a $2.3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to…

Study of new treatments for alcoholism receiv…
Colors of Classical Art exhibit opens

Colors of Classical Art exhibit opens

Think of the classical arts of ancient Greece and Rome, and pristine white marble statues likely come to mind. There is…

Colors of Classical Art exhibit opens
NSF grant to study food insecurity, climate variability

NSF grant to study food insecurity, climate v…

IU Bloomington faculty members have been awarded nearly $2.6 million for studies focused on one of the world’s most urgent problems:…

NSF grant to study food insecurity, climate v…
Awards for outstanding research collaborations

Awards for outstanding research collaboration…

Two teams of Indiana University Bloomington faculty have been awarded the inaugural Outstanding Faculty Collaborative Research Award, jointly offered by…

Awards for outstanding research collaboration…
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Christiana Ochoa

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Law professor Christiana Ochoa’s documentary film tells a complex tale of conflict between economic growth and human well-being in the highlands of Colombia.

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