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Indiana University graduates have re-elected MaryEllen Bishop of Carmel, Ind., to a third three-year term on the IU Board of Trustees.
If you have a clear sky to the west the evening of July 1, you will notice Jupiter. The bright planet will be 30 degrees above the western horizon an hour after sunset and won't set until midnight.
IU scientists Steven L. Tait and Kenneth Caulton will combine their expertise in two distinct fields of chemistry -- surface chemistry and metal-organic chemistry -- to create new catalysts that guide molecular transformations.