Research and discovery that benefits Indiana, the nation, and the world.
Marching Hundred uniform collection digitized in 3D
See vintage IU Marching Hundred uniforms in 3D online
October 05, 2022
An electrifying new look at scientific visualization
The Advanced Visualization Lab helps researchers create interactive visualizations
September 23, 2022
IU high performance computing resources facilitate international survey of stars
Slate and Slate Project store Milky Way star data, with complex image processing carried out with the IU Carbonate supercomputer
September 13, 2022
Every click counts
IU researcher improves choice modeling on Carbonate, IU's large-memory computer cluster
September 06, 2022
Indiana University–led Jetstream enables new black hole research
The Event Horizon Telescope team developed workflows on the Jetstream system that led to capturing an image of Sagittarius A*
June 27, 2022
Researching 1 billion years of cosmic history with IU's Big Red 200 supercomputer
Dr. Francesco Calura, an IU collaborator from the Astrophysics and Space Science Observatory of Bologna (OAS) uses Big Red 200 to model the formation of globular clusters.
May 26, 2022
IU REDCap facilitates home lead screening by Notre Dame researchers
IU REDCap securely manages data for University of Notre Dame (UND) researchers about Indiana homes impacted by lead. Lead in homes often comes from a legacy of deindustrialization and UND doesn't want[ . . . ]
May 17, 2022
IU extends its reach in research cyberinfrastructure
With leadership roles in two new National Science Foundation awards, IU flexes expertise in networks, cybersecurity, and high performance computing and data resources
May 17, 2022
State-of-the-art IQ-Wall at IU South Bend features 6th Annual Performing Media Festival
President Whitten’s inauguration, works by guest artists, students, and faculty of the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts, and more are displayed on IUSB's innovative IQ-Wall.
May 02, 2022
IU researchers determine which statistical tests ensure ethical conduct in the care and use of animals in research
IU researchers from the School of Public Health conduct research funded by the National Institute of Aging to determine which statistical test yields results with proper (and small) error rates using [ . . . ]
April 25, 2022
Pervasive Technology Institute
PTI enables innovation through collaboration. This helps further IU’s mission of research, education, and engagement—both in and beyond Indiana.