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Nov. 17: Women's and Gender Studies talk
"Locating an Iowa Farm Woman's Leadership in London: Archival Research and the Associated Country Women of the World” Dr. Abby Dubisar, Dept. of English Thurs., Nov. 17th Noon-1 p.m. Margaret Sloss Women’s Center This interactive session offers findings regarding the […]
Longer, healthier lives for Iowans and the world
Long before a patient steps inside a doctor's office or a surgeon's operating room, scientists at Iowa State have developed innovative methods and materials that produce more accurate data collection, sharper MRI scans, and more.
Wurtele leads effort to study orphan genes in crop species
The research, supported by a National Science Foundation grant, could lead to breeding and engineering crop varieties that better meet the nutritional needs of humans and are more resistant to stress.
Jennifer Owens honored for helping women become leaders in science and engineering
Jennifer Owens was named as a WiSE Champion for her work helping women become leaders in the fields of science and engineering.
No one wants to be the loser. But in American politics, the person who delivers the concession speech still has a powerful role to play in American democracy.
The power of portraits
Thanks to the efforts of Javier Vela and others, Gilman 1352's walls now host a newly diverse representation of distinguished scientists and teaches a lesson in welcome and inclusion.
University offers post-election events
The Division of Student Affairs and Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion are offering students, faculty, and staff opportunities to gather after the election. Student support space available Nov. 9, 8 am – 10 pm Multicultural Center in the MU […]
ISU physicists help demonstrate existence of new subatomic structure
Sophisticated supercomputer simulations by ISU physicists show the quasi-stable existence of a tetraneutron, a structure comprised of four neutrons (subatomic particles with no charge) and once thought unlikely to exist.
Security notice for Blackboard users
The ITS Solutions Center has received multiple reports of phishing e-mails programmed to look as if they are coming from Blackboard. These emails are not legitimate Blackboard notifications, but are constructed to lure the recipient to click on a malicious […]
Yu named 2016 Fellow of the American Physical Society
Edward Yu, professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy and Ames Lab scientist, was selected as a 2016 Fellow of the American Physical Society. Yu was recognized for “his distinguished contributions to the field of efflux transporters, which mediate […]