- From the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Dean Schmittmann issues statement in response to the verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin, for the murder of George Floyd.
- With this new science, plastics could see a second life as biodegradable surfactants
Aaron Sadow, Ames Laboratory scientist and chemistry professor, leads research group that discovered the breakthrough chemical process.
- “Songs for a New World” celebrates hope for the future, the unstoppable human spirit
ISU Theatre's spring musical opens Thursday, April 22, as a livestreamed performance.
- Iowa State-led research group secures $300,000 NSF grant to improve the reusability of publicly funded research data
Findings could transform how researchers conduct studies, collaborate with other scientists and share their discoveries with the world.
- Narratives can help science counter misinformation on vaccines
Michael Dahlstrom publishes paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
- Assistant Professor Alex Gonzalez receives National Science Foundation grant to explore weather patterns in the Intertropical Convergence Zone
Findings could improve models that predict climate change and forecast weather events across the globe.
- Navigating risk communications during a pandemic
A global pandemic provides a unique backdrop for a graduate course focused on risk perceptions and communication.
- Alicia Carriquiry selected to deliver Florence Nightingale David Lecture
The Committee of Presidents of Statistical Societies honors Carriquiry with national award that recognizes her contributions to the statistics profession.