Welcome New Members

Are you an Indiana senior or junior scientist in academia or industry? A science educator? A graduate or undergraduate science student? A retired member of the scientific community? A science enthusiast?
If you can say yes to any of these questions, and you are not yet a member of the Indiana Academy of Science, now is the time to join.  Learn more About Membership


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Annual Meeting

The Annual Academy Meeting, March 24, 2018, brings together nearly 500 Indiana, Midwest, and national leading and emerging scientists, graduate and undergraduate science students, science educators, and science enthusiasts, to share some of this nation’s latest developments in scientific research and science education. Register NOW to attend and enjoy a whole day of Indiana Science: Oral and Poster research presentations, Workshops, Hot topics, and Awards. Abstracts submissions are now closed.  Early registration is still open until March 9th.

Annual Meeting Info

Member Center

Log in to the Member Center to:
- RENEW Your Membership
- Update your Member Profile
- View your Member Account
- Search for Members
- Vote
- Upload Grant Proposals and Abstracts
- Share Files and Photos

Member Center

IAS Dates and News

Go to Annual Meeting for more info and to register for the meeting.   There is still time to take advantage of the Early Registration price until March 9th.
Voting for Council Positions from February 19th through March 20th
Login to your Member Center to Read Candidate Biographies and to Cast Your Vote!

For a complete list of  IAS Important Dates & Deadlines,click Here

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Young Scientists

If you are a student or educator, this section is for you! Click on Young Scientists below to learn about:
- Junior Academy and Youth Activities
- How you might be able to qualify for a Junior Academy Research Grant 
- How to access Science Resources of interest to students and educators

Young Scientists

Give A Gift

By financially supporting the Indiana Academy of Science with your contribution, you can help to continue the work of Indiana scientists and aspiring scientists, and help shape a future we can all be proud of.

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