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Weight management, and the brightest-known solid materials
A new study provides insight for outreach to a population heavily impacted by obesity, and IU researchers are working on an innovative new material with the potential to advance technologies such as solar panels, solid state lasers, medical imaging devices and 3D displays.
Mapping heat risk, and immune digital twins
An IU geography professor is using satellites to identify communities at higher risk for dangerous heat waves, and a new study provides a roadmap for creating digital immune twins.
Disparities in opioid treatment, and improving HIV research
A new study shows racial and ethnic disparities in the treatment of patients with opioid use disorder worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic, and an IU School of Nursing researcher is working to improve HIV research in teens and young adults.
Infant word learning, and naloxone beliefs
A new study by IU researchers offers a fresh perspective on how infants connect names with objects, and IU public health researchers explore people's beliefs about overdose and naloxone.
COVID-19 in China, and a prehistoric look at genomic evolution
An IU public health researcher is part of a global team of scientists who've issued grim predictions if China abandons its Zero-COVID Policy, and a new study by IU researchers gives a prehistoric look at genomic evolution.
Arab American history, and blood tests for Alzheimer's disease
A new documentary about the history of Arab Americans in Indianapolis premieres June 7, thanks to the work of IU researchers. And IU School of Medicine researchers are gaining ground on the development of blood tests for Alzheimer's disease.
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