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Like Sleeping Beauty, Some Research Lies Dormant for Decades

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a new study from the Indiana University Bloomington explores "sleeping beauties," research papers whose citations don't peak until years -- or decades -- after publication.
27-May-2015 2:00 PM EDT

Researchers Say Anti-Pollution Rules Have Uncertain Effects

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Air pollution regulations issued by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency are estimated to save thousands of lives annually. A new study by researchers at Indiana University says these estimates are more uncertain than commonly believed.
26-May-2015 9:00 AM EDT

Conference at Indianapolis to Focus on Supporting the Ongoing Reform Process in Myanmar

Organizers of a May 29 conference in Indianapolis are seeking to support the ongoing reform process in Myanmar and encourage Burmese expatriates to offer support economically and educationally.
20-May-2015 1:05 PM EDT

Researchers Focus on Potential Tool for Predicting Survival, Staging Prostate Cancer in Cancer Cell

Researchers with the Indiana University School of Medicine have identified a molecule that promotes metastasis of advanced prostate cancer to the bone, an incurable condition that significantly decreases quality of life. The research, published...
20-May-2015 11:05 AM EDT

Negative Findings for Children of Gay Parents Don't Hold Up to Scrutiny

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A 2012 study has been widely cited to argue that lesbians and gay men don’t make good parents. Now researchers have reanalyzed the same data and reached a very different conclusion.
20-May-2015 9:05 AM EDT

Missionary, Ebola Survivor and Indiana University Alum Challenges Medical School Grads to Remain True to Their Purpose

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Medical missionary and Indiana University School of Medicine alumnus Dr. Kent Brantly challenged 2015 graduates to remain true to their calling during his May 9 commencement address.
12-May-2015 12:05 PM EDT

Long-Term Study on Ticks Reveals Shifting Migration Patterns, Disease Risks

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Over nearly 15 years spent studying ticks, Indiana University's Keith Clay has found southern Indiana to be an oasis free from Lyme disease, the condition most associated with these arachnids that are the second most common parasitic disease vector...
9-May-2015 8:00 AM EDT

Millennials Unenthused About This Year's Spring Fashions, According to IU Kelley Index

A lack of innovation in spring fashion is not being well-received by college-age consumers, who perceive that what they're seeing in the stores is similar to what's already in their closets, according to the new FIndex survey released by Indiana...
7-May-2015 10:05 AM EDT

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