|Research & Creative
Office of Research and the University Graduate School
Volume XX, Number3, January 1998
|Staff, Board, and
Henry H. H. Remak remembers Alfred Kinsey, the man
and the scientist, for his moral behavior.
|Energy: At What Cost?||We face many choices that will|
determine the energy sources of the future.
Fuel Like an Old Fuel:|
Searching for New Energy
in Indiana Coal Beds
|Coal exploration can provide valuable answers|
for basic research, as well as
information vital to industry.
|Teaching an Old Stone New Tricks:|
Using Limestone for Cleaner Air
|Wet limestone scrubber technology may help rehabilitate |
the "dirty" reputation of Indiana's high-sulfur coal.
|Energy from the Wind||What is the potential of wind power to supply|
clean energy from a renewable source?
|Meeting Energy Needs, Maintaining the Environment||Experts from many fields are exploring sustainable energy use.|
|Predicting Petroleum Reservoir Potential:|
Computer Modeling of Basins
|Improving exploration could add billions|
of dollars to our national economy.
|Indiana Geological Survey:|
Serving the Citizens
|The Survey focuses on the stewardship of the state's energy,
mineral, and |
groundwater resources through information, education, and applied research.
|"Looking Over Their
Monitoring the Utility Industry
and the Regulatory System
|What are the impacts of investment decisions by electric utilities,|
and why is the regulatory system basically working?
|Is Cleaner Technology Always Better Technology?||One researcher says "no." Cleaner technology may lead to
which in turn may mean more pollution.
|Mapping the Future of Coal||Computer-generated visualizations of data can help users look|
at a site's characteristics: geological, hydrological, and topographical.
|Transforming Geological Field Work||A standardized system helps "lumpers" and "splitters"|
to report on the content of core samples.
|From Inquiry to Publication: Books by Indiana University Faculty Members||A preview of books on Umberto Eco's intellectual development, cross racial impersonations and imitations, a personal homage to a witty sixteenth century French poet, essays on the complexity of life as an African American male, alternative views of music education, becoming citizens in the age of television, the emergence of the modern American theater, and much more.|