Wednesday Mar 12
Photo Flash: First Look at I and You at the Phoenix Theatre
Phoenix Theatre of Indianapolis presents the NNPN Rolling World premiere of Lauren Gunderson 's I and You.
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Wednesday Mar 12
Turning point: Johan Bollen
A lot of people are unhappy with the current system. When you submit a proposal, you are like a contractor, but science does not work like that - it works best by generating ideas and gifting them to society and other scientists.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
IU Soul Revue Working with Youths in Memphis at Invitation of Stax Music Academy
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Students and faculty from Indiana University's acclaimed IU Soul Revue are traveling to Memphis, Tenn., over spring break to work with talented local youths, including those at the Stax Music Academy, an educational program that continues the tradition of the historic record label.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
The Indianapolis Star
IU has top online MBA program, report says
Indiana University's Kelley Direct snapped up the top spot for best online business programs in U.S. News and World Report's 2015 graduate school rankings.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Acentech tapped for Indiana University project
Acentech Inc. , a Cambridge-based consulting firm specializing in acoustics and audiovisual design, said that it has been selected by Gund Partnership LLC and VPS Architecture to provide its design services for the new Media School at Indiana University Bloomington.
Kids of Older Dads Show Higher Risk of Mental, Academic Problems
Researchers from Indiana University and Karolinska Institute in Stockholm have discovered advancing paternal age at childbearing can lead to psychiatric and academic problems in offspring.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
US News & World Report
Study: Americans Have 'No Clue' About Conserving Water
While many think the best way to save water is to take shorter showers, there are far more effective methods.
Claims of Protecting Ethnic Russians Manufacturered, Based on Historic Atrocities Against Tatars
Despite Russian claims to the contrary, Ukraine is culturally and by disposition European, as it has been, more often than not, since the emergence of Kiev as a major medieval city, said Edward Lazzerini, director of both the Sinor Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies and the Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center at IU Bloomington.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
IPFW: Campus will join parents Indiana University-Bloomington as well as other regional campuses statewide, to become tobacco-free on April 1 - no fooling.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Kansas City InfoZine
Risk for Psychiatric Issues in Children with Older Fathers
The authors studied people born in Sweden from 1973 to 2001 and estimated the risk of psychiatric problems and academic trouble using siblings, cousins and first-born cousins.
Study ties father's age to higher rates of psychiatric, academic problems in kids
An Indiana University study in collaboration with medical researchers from Karolinska Institute in Stockholm has found that advancing paternal age at childbearing can lead to higher rates of psychiatric and academic problems in offspring than previously estimated.
Fathers may have a biological clock, too
Men may have a biological clock as women do; U.S. researchers say children of middle-age fathers are at higher risk of mental illness such as autism.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Aging Dads More Likely To Have Kids With Autism, ADHD, Schizophrenia And More
Years ago, doctors were mostly concerned with how a child's health would be affected the longer a mom delayed birth.
Photo Flash: Meet the Cast of I and You at the Phoenix Theatre
Phoenix Theatre of Indianapolis announces the NNPN Rolling World premiere of Lauren Gunderson 's I and You.
Experts Comment on Role of Women, Language Issue in Ukraine Protests
Indiana University faculty members comment on aspects of the struggle that has caught the world's attention in recent weeks.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Principals from troubled Gary schools detail improvement plans
Parents, teachers and students during a four-hour public hearing Tuesday heard a dozen principals offer reasons their schools are not making the grade and how they plan to fast-track changes.
Signs in Ukraine Point to Democratic Revolution
Is this a revolution going on in Ukraine? And if so, is that a good thing? Those are the questions that come to mind for Padraic Kenney, professor of history and director of the Russian and East European Institute at IU Bloomington.
Uncertainty in Ukraine Is Likely to Persist Until Elections
The dramatic changes that have taken place recently in Ukraine mark a new stage in the conflict over the country's leadership but not an end to the conflict, says Regina Smyth, associate professor of political science in the College of Arts and Sciences at IU Bloomington.
The So-Called 'Linguistic Divide' in Ukraine
The recent turmoil is Ukraine is only the most recent -- and most violent -- chapter of a long-running dispute over how the country should situate itself in relation to its former dominant power, Russia, and its former Cold War enemy, the West.
ORMAN: Optimal resolution of ambiguous RNA-Seq multimappings in the presence of novel isoforms
For an accurate detection and quantification of transcripts, it is important to resolve the mapping ambiguity for those RNA-Seq reads that can be mapped to multiple loci: >17% of the reads from mouse RNA-Seq data and 50% of the reads from some plant RNA-Seq data have multiple mapping loci.