The United States Department of Energy announced this year it has awarded Valparaiso University a $2.3 million cooperative agreement to fund solar research through a proposal from the College of Engineering. Part of the Modern Electro-Thermochemical Advancements for Light-metal Systems proje…
Katie Gerstner has proven that studying even the smallest of creatures can yield big results.
PORTAGE | If the vision becomes a reality, Taltree Arboretum & Gardens in Union Township could be a global center for oak tree research and information.
HAMMOND | Thirteen Purdue University Calumet students are engaging in research relating to the sciences, engineering, management and liberal arts as summer research interns in the university’s Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program.
INDIANAPOLIS | Former Gov. Mitch Daniels is returning to China Saturday for a one week partnership-building trip on behalf of his new employer, Purdue University.
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CROWN POINT | Rediscover Crown Point by browsing the Indiana Room, located on the second floor of the new library at 122 N. Main St.
Is it possible for Northwest Indiana to blaze new trails in the complex medical field of advanced molecular cancer diagnosis and research?
HAMMOND | Twenty Purdue University Calumet students earned research awards for projects they presented during the university’s recent Student Research Days.
GARY | The virulence of the bacterium Staphylococcus aureus, and especially MRSA (methicillin resistant S. aureus), is of great concern to many people.
DeDee Ludwig of Munster, a staff member who heads student education programs for Chicago Shedd Aquarium, is shown in August at a port in Bodrum, Turkey, next to the Nautilus vessel used for her team's travels as part of a special research program.
DeDee Ludwig of Munster, a staff member at Chicago Shedd Aquarium who works with student education programs, worked with famed Titanic wreckage researcher Dr. Robert Ballard during an exploration in August off the coast of Turkey.
A mix of robotics, under sea secrets and a splash of mystery sounds like a formula for an exciting science fiction novel.
HAMMOND | Ina Ramirez, of Merrillville, had her heart set on going home Sunday with a silver bangle bracelet on her wrist.
Three Indiana University Northwest professors have embarked on a research study aimed at involving average citizens in collecting air quality data and determining how that might impact public interest in environmental law and policy change.
David Tolliver of Chicago, Gina Geissler of Chicago and Carrisa Carbojal of Hammond.
Rosanne and Mike Loughmiller of Highland.
Dr. Tasha Harris from Olympia Fields and Dr. Saif Nazir of Chicago.
Tim Fesko and Pete Visclosky
Tom and Michelle Cherry of Portage.
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