- ISU Theatre earns top honors at KCACTF Festival
Students and faculty were recognized at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival's (KCACTF) Region 5 event.
- Better eyewitness lineup improves accuracy, detecting innocence
Psychology researchers have developed a new tool to enhance police investigations.
- AAAS honors three LAS faculty for innovative research
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is honoring Joshua Rosenbloom, Aaron Sadow, and Yanhai Yin for their distinguished contributions to science.
- LAS graduate scores big creating content for professional sports teams
Hugo Bolanos ('17 journalism) uses the skills learned at Iowa State to create exciting content for the Minnesota Timberwolves organization.
- Research discovery could lead to treatment for cancer, obesity
Discovery of a "metabolic switch" could lead to effective treatments for childhood obesity and cancer.
- Warming climate means more, stronger Atlantic tropical storms
A warming climate could increase the number and severity of tropical cyclones in the North Atlantic, according to new LAS research.
- ‘Whisper networks’ thrive for women at work
Carrie Ann Johnson, Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics, found women rely on informal communication networks when it comes to sexual harassment.
- Education boosts entrepreneurship in high growth industries
A new study by John Winters, professor of economics, indicates more education boosts entrepreneurship, especially for women.