UI law professor Andy Grewal analyzes why the U.S. Supreme Court may have decided not to hear a case from a lower court rejecting a tax maneuver.
UI law professor Jason Rantanen says it's unusual for patent infringement cases like the one now facing Facebook in a Virginia federal court to make it to trial.
UI law professor Lea VanderVelde discusses the legacy of the Dred Scott decision in the august chambers of the Supreme Court of the United States, with an introduction by Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The University of Iowa Children's Hospital has been ranked among the best in the country in the latest annual survey by U.S. News & World Report.
A trip to Mexico inspired UI international studies major Blake Rupe to develop an app that encourages people to do something about litter.
As 3D printing technology matures, scientists can foresee the day when we "bio-print" replacement human organs—ending transplant waiting lists, but science may push the technology even farther, says UI Advanced Manufacturing Technology Group's Ibrahim Ozbolat.
Iowa City's Working Group Theatre and the UI College of Public Health teamed up in an effort to measure the impact of an anti-bullying play on its junior high audiences earlier this year.
A study by Columbia University using the University of Iowa's National Advanced Driving Simulator (NADS) finds an increase in the number of fatal car crashes involving marijuana.
Humboldt High School in Humboldt, Iowa, was ranked among the top 50 schools in Iowa for offering Advancement Placement courses, earning this honor through the UI College of Education Belin-Blank Center's AP index.
A financial puzzle went unsolved for about 10 years before UI finance professor Erik Lie came along in the middle of the past decade and spent months sorting out how thousands of U.S. executives ended up with favorably priced stock options; now Canadian companies are in his crosshairs.