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Bruce Weinberg May 10, 2016
Young women in STEM fields earn up to one-third less than men
News From the Field
Lauren Cohen April 28, 2016
New study exposes growing problem of patent aggregators and negative impact on innovation
News From the Field
woman looking out of the window February 3, 2016
The profound power of loneliness
Discovery
2 adults, a baby and a robot December 1, 2015
UW roboticists learn to teach robots from babies
News From the Field
graph showing forest cover in Mato Grosso, Brazil November 9, 2015
Large landowners key to slowing deforestation in Brazil
News From the Field
illustration of DNA with dollar signs July 28, 2015
Firms 'underinvest' in long-term cancer research
News From the Field
an example of gaze shifting July 27, 2015
Babies' brains show that social skills linked to second language learning
News From the Field
people and society graphic July 16, 2015
Bilinguals of 2 spoken languages have more gray matter than monolinguals
News From the Field
Baby in brain scanner July 8, 2015
Mental word practice
Discovery
Henry Sauermann June 11, 2015
Study examines 'joiners' who help make startups successful
News From the Field
Alessandro Flammini May 25, 2015
Like Sleeping Beauty, some research lies dormant for decades, IU study finds
News From the Field
mice in two different size chambers May 18, 2015
Penn researchers show that mental 'map' and 'compass' are two separate systems
News From the Field
a vet and trauma REU student and his dog November 11, 2014
Trauma research by veterans, for veterans
Discovery
Jamil Bhanji (left) and Mauricio Delgado September 8, 2014
Reacting to personal setbacks: Do you bounce back or give up?
News From the Field
a year-old baby sits in a brain scanner July 14, 2014
Months before their first words, babies' brains rehearse speech mechanics
News From the Field
Image of glial cells in a mouse brain June 3, 2014
The beautiful brain cells you don't know about
Discovery
Generic News Image March 19, 2014
Analysis: Industry-sponsored academic inventions spur increased innovation
Press Release
Illustration showing surfaces of the mouse and human brains February 11, 2014
From dino brains to thought control--10 fascinating brain findings
Discovery
neuron networks in the brain February 3, 2014
In the brain, the number of neurons in a network may not matter
News From the Field
image of the full patent map January 14, 2014
New patent mapping system helps find innovation pathways
News From the Field
people and society graphic January 6, 2014
Babbling babies--responding to one-on-one 'baby talk'--master more words
News From the Field
CoolClimate map of New York City January 6, 2014
Suburban sprawl cancels carbon footprint savings of dense urban cores
News From the Field
people and society graphic November 21, 2013
Carnegie Mellon and Temple researchers offer fresh perspective to improve learning by taming instructional complexity
News From the Field
people and society graphic October 29, 2013
How poverty molds the brain
News From the Field
TED Talks logo June 18, 2013
Academics Earn Street Cred With TED Talks But No Points From Peers, IU Research Shows
News From the Field
people and society graphic May 8, 2013
Brain Anatomy of Dyslexia Is Not the Same in Men and Women, Boys and Girls
News From the Field
Photo of a child holding two puzzle pieces. February 16, 2012
Puzzle Play Improves Math Skills
Press Release
Image of a young woman being prepared by a researcher for a brain imaging system. December 12, 2011
Gallaudet University Opens New Brain and Language Laboratory
Press Release
Jasleen Kaur November 21, 2011
After 25 Years, Sustainability Is a Growing Science That's Here to Stay
News From the Field
Image of two young children playing with balls. November 9, 2011
Big, Little, Tall and Tiny: Words That Promote Important Spatial Skills
Press Release
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