The University of Iowa Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) on Tuesday night celebrated faculty, staff, and students who have distinguished themselves in the areas of research, scholarship, innovation and mentoring.
Bill Barnhart, seismologist and assistant professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, talked about the first-ever detection of tremors on Mars.
Bill Barnhart, a seismologist and assistant professor in earth and environmental sciences, appeared on Iowa Public Radio’s “River to River” program to talk about the first-ever detection of a quake on Mars.
University of Iowa physicists use a special furnace to produce a key piece of equipment whose manufacturing process was once lost to history. The UI is one of a handful of academic institutions worldwide with a furnace capable of reproducing the magnetic instrument, called a ring core.
J. Martin Scholtz, executive associate vice president for research at Texas A&M University, has been named the University of Iowa’s new vice president for research. He will begin on June 28.
Whether you eat breakfast might be linked with your risk of dying early from cardiovascular disease, according to a new study.
Skipping breakfast may increase your risk for cardiovascular disease. The connection, found in a study of 6,550 adults aged 65 to 75, was particularly strong for stroke.
University of Iowa researchers have uncovered a link between sleep apnea and multiple myeloma, a rare but aggressive blood cancer. Their findings could improve treatment of the disease.
Margaret Carrel, UI associate professor of geographical and sustainability sciences, is one of 32 winners of a prestigious Andrew Carnegie Fellowship. Each recipient in the 2019 class of fellows will receive a grant of up to $200,000 to research, write, and publish in the humanities and social sciences.
Eating breakfast every day has always been considered an important part of a healthy lifestyle, but a new study from the University of Iowa shows just how important it is.