Researchers Victoria Perez and Seth Freedman of Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs compared social media ratings of hospitals offered by patients with the extensive data available through the federal government’s “Hospital Compare” website.
Results of a new behavioral study into what influences the decision to recall a defective product found that medical device firm managers may rely on their physician-customers to screen out detectable defects, in lieu of issuing a recall.
A study led by Indiana University suggests that computer models used to predict the spread of epidemics from climate change — such as crop blights or disease outbreaks — may not take into account an important factor in predicting their severity.
In advance of Major League Baseball’s opening day on Thursday, new research from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business suggests that the risk of fans being hit by a foul ball or errant bat at games has increased in recent years.
Indiana University, Northwestern University, Purdue University, Rutgers University and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln have announced the launch and activation of OmniSOC, a specialized, sector-based cyber security operations center, or SOC, that provides trusted, rapid, actionable cyber intelligence to its members.
Researchers at Indiana University School of Medicine have successfully developed a method to grow hairy skin from mouse pluripotent stem cells–a discovery that could lead to new approaches to model disease and new therapies for the treatment of skin disorders and cancers.
A study led by Indiana University researchers found a previously undetected link between the gene that causes fragile X syndrome and increased tissue growth in the intestines of fruit flies modified to model the disease.
A study using a soccer management game to explore more than a half-million participants’ monetary choices confirmed it’s possible to use a virtual world to mimic real-world behavior on a grand scale.
When salmon spawn, the earth moves — not immediately, but over the course of hundreds of thousands or millions of years. That’s the conclusion of a study, co-authored by an Indiana University geologist, which finds that salmon can play a significant role in shaping mountain landscapes.
More than 400 students, faculty and staff at Indiana University and its Kelley School of Business will volunteer to build a home with Habitat for Humanity on the IU Bloomington campus Oct. 3-14. The build is sponsored by Whirlpool Corp., which also will be providing all of the house’s appliances. The homeowner will accept his house keys on the field of Memorial Stadium, before IU’s football game against the University of Michigan.