The range of research activities at Ball State runs from the hard sciences to the social sciences and beyond.

Recently, a professor at the Center for Medical Education received funding from the National Institutes of Health to look at the role glycogen plays in memory function, particularly during bouts of hypoglycemia.

Additionally, an ecomomics professor received a grant from the National Science Foundation to review historical productivity issues during the early 20th century American South.

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Glycogen's Effects on Memory

Investigating the Historical Intersections of Health and the Economy