After a car crash, it’s a race against time to get the right treatment to people who are hurt.The University of Iowa has developed a new smart phone app to bring the crash scene to the E.R.
The Obermann Humanities Symposium, Energy Cultures in the Age of the Anthropocene, will take place March 5-7 in downtown Iowa City.
February is National Canned Food Month, but despite the demand, food pantries are often low on inventory this time of year.
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The Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development (OVPRED) is accepting applications to the FY2015 Internal Funding Initiatives. These programs encourage leading edge scholarship, creative activities and interdisciplinary research. We accept proposals three times annually in March, September and December. The next deadline is 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, March 24, 2015.
In March, the University of Iowa Alumni Association will be holding a special Lifelong Learning presentation in Davenport featuring UI President Sally Mason called “The University for Iowa: A Legacy of Service and Engagement,” which celebrates the UI’s proud, three-century history of teaching, research, and community enhancement.
With the click of just a few buttons on a smartphone, TraumaHawk enables state troopers to share photos and information from a crash scene with trauma doctors long before a patient arrives in the emergency room.
A spring semester course required of all first-year students in the Tippie School of Management’s full-time M.B.A. program givens them an opportunity to gain experience by working with real-life clients on real-life business challenges.
How do we best prepare the next generation of drivers? That topic will be the focus of the upcoming Hawkeye Lunch and Learn event, as Corinne Peek-Asa presents “Steering Teens Safe: How Research Has Informed Best Practices for New Drivers.” The event will be held at noon, Wednesday, March 4, in the Iowa Memorial Union Iowa Theater.
Commenting on a West Virginia oil train derailment and fire, Albert Ratner, University of Iowa associate professor of mechanical and industrial engineering, says that trains carrying oil through populated areas pose a high risk of disaster.