The World of Welles

The World of Welles

The one-of-a-kind show "100 Years of Orson Welles: Master of Stage, Sound and Screen" opened on Jan. 20 at the…

The World of Welles
Skeleton study sheds new light on how snakes evolved

Skeleton study sheds new light on how snakes …

Research by paleontologists at Indiana University and the University of Nebraska sheds new light on how snakes evolved their elongated,…

Skeleton study sheds new light on how snakes …
NEH awards for IU Bloomington

NEH awards for IU Bloomington

The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded nearly $400,000 to Indiana University Bloomington for a digital preservation partnership between…

NEH awards for IU Bloomington
Soil plays key role in atmospheric processes

Soil plays key role in atmospheric processes

Research by Indiana University Bloomington scientists finds that soil may be a significant and underappreciated source of nitrous acid, a…

Soil plays key role in atmospheric processes
New center assists with translational research

New center to boost translational research

Indiana University Bloomington’s new Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship in Biotechnology has named Keith R. Davis as its first director, a…

New center to boost translational research
New treatment for adult-onset diabetes

New treatment for adult-onset diabetes

A new treatment for adult-onset diabetes and obesity developed by researchers at Indiana University Bloomington and the German Research Center…

New treatment for adult-onset diabetes
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Storytelling Research

January 27, 2015

College of Arts & Sciences students Sarah Whaley and Ellie Brower team up with Professor Fritz Breithaupt to pursue research on how storytelling works.

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