Indiana University researchers will study the reasons Americans are confused about energy use in daily tasks. The IU team will then develop an online tool designed to correct those misperceptions.
Hiring more black police officers is not a viable strategy for reducing police-involved homicides of black citizens in most cities, according to new Indiana University research that is the first in-depth study of this increasingly urgent public policy question.
With Congress considering the future of the ACA, also known as Obamacare, this research is the first to estimate the impact of the ACA-facilitated expansions of Medicaid on preventive care and health behaviors.
Locating factories and power plants near downwind borders can allow states to reap the benefits of jobs and tax revenue but share the negative effects -- air pollution -- with neighbors.
IU researcher Allison Schnable has identified a remarkable growth in "grassroots international non-governmental organizations," or GINGOs, which use the symbolic and material resources of religion but reject the label of "faith-based organization."
Indiana University researcher Joe Shaw is a key contributor to a new study that reveals useful clues about how organisms may adapt to lethal levels of pollution.
Americans believe endangered species are best protected when their habitats are protected and not when animal predators are killed, according to new Indiana University research. With one exception, a scientific survey found overwhelming support for policies that protect habitats and little acceptance of either lethal control or no government action at all.