University of Iowa School of Library and Information Sciences graduate student Elizabeth Riordan gets high-profile, hands-on experience working with Tom Brokaw collection.
A new study by the University of Iowa of data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests that more children have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder than early data analyses have found.
A study from the University of Iowa finds rural hospitals that are part of a telemedicine network with hospitals in larger cities have shorter patient wait times in their emergency rooms.
Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations Beth Livingston talks about the importance of having a succession plan in a family-owned business.
E. Dale Abel, director of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Diabetes Research Center, will deliver the UI Presidential Lecture “Overfeeding the Heart: Diabetes and Cardiovascular Complications,” on Feb. 18, exploring the relationship between blood sugar and heart function. “Iowa Now” sat down with Abel to talk about his work.
A new study from a University of Iowa researcher finds that state borders matter when it comes to developing innovative businesses. The three most important components of an innovative economy? Significant private venture-capital funding, government funding, and robust research universities.
Meet Hannah Gulick, an undergraduate from Spirit Lake, Iowa, whose passion for astronomy is leaving a mark on the UI campus—and the galaxy.
UI Dance Marathon announced a $2 million gift commitment to establish the University of Iowa Dance Marathon Chair in Pediatric Oncology, Clinical and Translational Research. The gift will fund a faculty position in the UI Stead Family Department of Pediatrics to lead the pediatric cancer research program.
University of Iowa students spend a lot of time hitting the books, sitting in lectures, and writing papers, but in between many are also helping to answer some of life’s most important and interesting questions as researchers and scholars.