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Founded in 1820, Indiana University is one of the world’s foremost public institutions. With more than 112,000 students and 19,000 employees statewide, IU continues to pursue its core missions of education and research while building a foundation for the university’s enduring strengths in teaching and learning, world-class scholarship, innovation, creative activity, community engagement and academic freedom. Bloomington is the flagship campus of the university, and each one of IU’s seven campuses is an accredited, four-year degree-granting institution.

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When homes lose power, they lose cooling, too. Edmund Lowe Photography/Moment via Getty Images

America faces a power disconnection crisis amid dangerous heat: In 27 states, utilities can shut off electricity for nonpayment even in a heat wave

One in 4 American households is at risk of losing power because of the high cost of energy. Over 30% of those disconnections are in summer, when heat gets dangerous.
AI-powered chatbots with romantic and sexual roleplay features are growing in popularity. (Shutterstock)

Computer love: AI-powered chatbots are changing how we understand romantic and sexual well-being

Artificial intelligence technologies are changing how users experience intimate romantic and sexual connections. These technologies bring many positive benefits, but there is a dark side.
Erin Merryn, center, flanked by Senators David J. Valesky, left, and Jeffrey D. Klein, at the New York state senate discussing Erin’s Law in October 2011. New York State Senate

Quick adoption in 34 states of Erin’s Law to prevent child abuse shows power of one individual to make policy

Erin’s Law requires the teaching of child sexual abuse and exploitation prevention classes from kindergarten through eighth grade. How it got adopted by 34 states is the story of one woman’s crusade.
La géo-ingénierie solaire entend réfléchir une partie des rayons du soleil vers l'espace. John Crouch/Moment via Getty Imgaes

La géo-ingénierie, un enjeu géopolitique ? Pour les pays en surchauffe, la tentation de modifier le climat

La géo-ingénierie peut-elle contribuer à réduire les risques du changement climatique pour la sécurité nationale des États, ou les aggraverait-elle au contraire en générant des tensions ?

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