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  1. Colloquium

    Friday, December 1, 2017, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

    Hosted by: Ben Boukai

  2. 2017 Brain Bee at IUPUI

    Saturday, December 9, 2017, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    The International Brain Bee aims to motivate high school students to learn about the brain and inspire the pursuit of careers in neuroscience research. The IUPUI Department of Psychology sponsors the...

  3. Seminar: TBD

    Wednesday, January 24, 2018, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

    Host: C&CB Graduate Students

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    Wednesday, January 31, 2018, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

    Host: Goodpaster

  5. Seminar: TBD

    Wednesday, February 7, 2018, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

    Host: McLeish

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  • IUPUI researcher weighs in on fairy circles of Namibia

    INDIANAPOLIS -- Numbering in the millions, the so-called fairy circles are in the eastern, interior margin of the coastal Namib Desert, stretching from southern Angola to northern South Africa. They range in size from about 12 feet to about 114 feet, consisting of bare patches of soil surrounded by rings of grass. The origins of the circles have long been debated by researchers. 

    How bacteria hunt other bacteria

    INDIANAPOLIS -- A study published March 28 in Biophysical Journal sheds light on this question, revealing that the bacterial predator Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus (BV) homes in on its target by taking advantage of fluid forces generated by its own swimming movements and those of its prey. These hydrodynamic flow fields bring the bacteria in close proximity, giving BV a greater chance of successful attack.

    NSF-funded IUPUI study of non-rainfall water in Namib Desert reveals unexpected origins

    INDIANAPOLIS -- In a study conducted in one of the world's oldest and most biologically diverse deserts, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis scientists explore the origins of water other than rainfall and are identifying multiple origins. The study, supported by the National Science Foundation, is the first to report that the ocean is not the sole source of life-sustaining fog and dew for numerous plants and animals living in the Namib Desert. 

    School of Science announces new record number of Top 100 Students for 2017

    INDIANAPOLIS – "We congratulate all of the Top 100 honorees," said School of Science Dean Simon Rhodes. "At IUPUI and in the School of Science, our students combine academic excellence with a unique environment where they can also develop remarkable research, leadership and community engagement skills".

    IUPUI study: Climate change drove population decline in New World before Europeans arrived

    IUPUI study: Climate change drove population decline in New World before Europeans arrived

    INDIANAPOLIS -- What caused the rapid disappearance of a vibrant Native American agrarian culture that lived in urban settlements from the Ohio River Valley to the Mississippi River Valley in the two centuries preceding the European settlement of North America? In a new study, researchers from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis reconstructed and analyzed 2,100 years of temperature and precipitation data -- and point the finger at climate change.

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