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…
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…
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NSF grant to study food insecurity, climate variability

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IU Bloomington faculty members have been awarded nearly $2.6 million for studies focused on one of the world’s most urgent problems: ensuring adequate supplies of water in the face of growing human needs and increasing climate variability. A team headed by Tom Evans, professor of geography in the College of Arts and Sciences, is splitting a $3.69 […]

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