minus plus magnify speech newspaper atomic biology chemistry computer-science earth-science forensic-services globe info math matrix molecule neuroscience pencil physics pin psychology email share atsign clock double-left-chevron double-right-chevron envelope fax phone tumblr googleplus pinterest twitter facebook feed linkedin youtube flickr instagram

For the main School of Science Site

  • Science on Tap | Everyday Cybersecurity: 17 Doable To-Do's

  • Upcoming Math Events View all events

    IUPUI microbiologists uncover clues to clustering of lethal bacteria in CF patients' lungs

    IUPUI microbiologists uncover clues to clustering of lethal bacteria in CF patients' lungs

    INDIANAPOLIS -- Individuals with cystic fibrosis, or CF, have a high risk of chronic pneumonia because the thick, sticky mucus that builds up in their lungs provides an environment conducive to the growth of pneumonia-causing bacteria. Once chronic pneumonia develops, it is nearly impossible to cure and can become deadly. The most common bacterium responsible for chronic pneumonia in CF patients is Pseudomonas aeruginosa, or P. aeruginosa for short

    Computer science student takes advantage of diverse opportunities at IUPUI

    As a first-generation college student, Taylor Peavey didn’t know what to expect when she first stepped on the IUPUI campus.  IUPUI’s affordability and opportunity to receive a Purdue degree convinced her to attend, but it was the opportunities she wasn’t expecting that have made her most proud to be a Jaguar. A Computer Science major, Taylor has taken advantage of the many impressive activities and experiences available to her at IUPUI.

    IUPUI Math professor honored on his 70th birthday

    Pavel Bleher, Chancellor’s Professor of Mathematical Sciences at IUPUI, and an internationally respected expert in mathematical physics and probability theory, will be honored this weekend with a conference commemorating his 70th birthday. "Mathematical Physics Perspective of Billiards and Dominoes" will be held at UMass Amherst. Plenary speakers from several countries will include IUPUI colleague Michal Misiurewicz.

    IUPUI cell biologist tackles age-related hearing loss with $1.9 million NIDCD grant

    INDIANAPOLIS -- Cell biologist Benjamin J. Perrin of the School of Science at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis is advancing knowledge of age-related hearing loss with the goal of informing possible therapeutic cell-regeneration approaches to the often-debilitating problem. Perrin's work is supported by a new $1.9 million five-year grant from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders.

    Psychology hosts discussion on epistemological assumptions in behavioral psychology

    INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) Department of Psychology is pleased to present a colloquium and discussion with Faye Crosby, Ph.D. on Friday, September 22 at 10 a.m. in IUPUI Campus Center room 450B. The colloquium, “Rigor or Rigor Mortis: My growing unease with the epistemological assumptions underlying the social and behavioral sciences,” will address epistemological assumptions prevalent in social psychology and other areas in the social and behavioral sciences, as well as describe why these assumptions may be problematic. 

    Understanding Barriers to Women’s Advancement in the Workplace: Applied and Action-Oriented Research

    INDIANAPOLIS – Linda Babcock, Ph.D., will be presenting a talk, “Understanding Barriers to Women’s Advancement in the Workplace: Applied and Action-Oriented Research”, 11 a.m. Friday, September 1 in the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) University Library Lilly Auditorium. The talk will focus on Babcock’s research about barriers to women in the workplace, utilizing interdisciplinary methodology at the interface between economics and psychology.

    Computer Science Department Introduces Industry Partnership Program

    INDIANAPOLIS - The Computer & Information Science Department held the first informational meeting for the IUPUI Computer Science Industry Partnership Program (CSIPP) with local IT leaders. CSIPP aims to bring together central Indiana corporations and businesses with an interest in fostering mutually beneficial relationships between partner companies and the IUPUI Computer Science Department.

    IUPUI researchers to address complex educational challenges in STEM curricula

    INDIANAPOLIS -- Researchers in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis will address complex educational challenges in STEM curricula with financial support from a campus institute.

    STEM Education Innovation and Research Institute, or SEIRI, recently awarded seven projects a total of $210,000 in the inaugural round of the SEIRI Seed Grant program.