SPEA professor earns NSF CAREER award

SPEA professor earns NSF CAREER award

Indiana University professor Jonathan Raff has received a $649,000 award from the National Science Foundation to fund research into the…

SPEA professor earns NSF CAREER award
IU-based ‘Mapping Science’ ends with biggest show ever

IU-based ‘Mapping Science’ ends with biggest …

"Places and Spaces: Mapping Science" has been a labor of love for Indiana University Bloomington’s Katy Börner and her colleagues.…

IU-based ‘Mapping Science’ ends with biggest …
Physicists to help build most precise particle detector

Physicists to help build most precise particl…

A team of physicists from Indiana University’s Center for Exploration of Energy and Matter has been awarded $1.2 million to…

Physicists to help build most precise particl…
Artist Liou exhibits in ‘State of the Art’ show

Artist Liou exhibits in ‘State of the Art’ sh…

Indiana University Bloomington Professor Jawshing Arthur Liou is one of 102 artists selected for the ambitious “State of the Art:…

Artist Liou exhibits in ‘State of the Art’ sh…
Gender, genes, environment, and health

Gender, genes, environment, and health

Social integration, including strong family ties, can protect one's well-being and even reduce the impact high-risk genes have on health.…

Gender, genes, environment, and health
Millions start college but don’t earn degree

Millions start college but don’t earn degree

A new report from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center in conjunction with the Project on Academic Success at Indiana…

Millions start college but don’t earn degree
PreviousNext

SPEA professor earns NSF CAREER award

Thumbnail image for SPEA professor earns NSF CAREER award September 18, 2014

Indiana University professor Jonathan Raff has received a $649,000 award from the National Science Foundation to fund research into the chemistry of air pollution and climate impacts. The work will address uncertainties about how certain air pollutants — which are responsible for issues such as asthma, low visibility and climate change effects — are formed […]

Read the full article →