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Indiana University is a multi-campus, multifaceted research institution with world-class academic programs, and the nation’s largest medical school, the IU School of Medicine.

Supported by research leadership, administration, and partners around the state, IU faculty and their teams carry out research studies, experiments, and creative activities that make sense of the world around us.

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IU research

Indiana University has been one of the nation’s premier research universities for 200 years, and we mark our bicentennial with a foundation of broad and deep research achievements. During those centuries, IU's world-class researchers have driven innovation and creative initiatives that matter. From curing testicular cancer to collaborating with NASA to search for life on Mars, IU has earned its reputation as a world-class research institution. Supported by $680 million in FY2019 from our partners, IU researchers are building collaborations and uncovering new solutions that improve lives in Indiana and around the globe.

IU researchers are making discoveries every day.

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