Trace amounts of flame retardants, banned in the U.S. for more than a decade, are still being passed through umbilical cord blood from mothers to their babies, according to new Indiana University research.
Political conservatives may be wary of a national carbon tax, but John D. Graham contends there are several good reasons for Congress and the president to adopt the policy.
Distinguished Professor Emeritus James L. Perry of the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs has been selected as the 2017 recipient of the American Political Science Association’s (APSA) John Gaus Award, one of the highest honors in his field.
New research from Assistant Professor Shahzeen Attari and former SPEA graduate students Kelsey Poinsatte-Jones and Kelsey Hinton shows many Americans don't know how clean water gets to their homes and especially what happens after wastewater is flushed away, knowledge that is vital in confronting challenges including droughts and failing infrastructure that can lead to contamination.
Alex Hollingsworth of IU's School of Public and Environmental Affairs joined two University of Arizona physicians and a medical student on the ride. The group wore jerseys that said "Talk to me about Obamacare."
Two Indiana University researchers found evidence that mergers lead to long-term improvements, likely due to improved efficiencies. The research is forthcoming in the Journal of Industrial Economics.
About 50 members of IU's faculty are at Bradford Woods today, as the Scholarly Writing Program takes advantage of the rural site’s peacefulness for its first writing retreat.
With SPEA faculty as key contributors, IU President Michael A. McRobbie has announced that IU will invest $55 million to help Indiana develop actionable solutions that prepare businesses, farmers, communities and individual Hoosiers for the effects of ongoing environmental change.