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The Indiana University China Office in Beijing has received a visit from an Indiana delegation led by Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann, highlighting ways in which the university's global engagement will serve the people of Indiana.
If you have a clear sky to the west the evening of July 1, you will notice Venus and Jupiter. The brilliant planets will be side by side 8 degrees to the lower right (north) of Regulus, the brightest star in the constellation Leo the Lion.
A new study from Indiana University is the first to show that pheromone exposure exerts an influence across generations in mammals.