UI journalism professor Frank Durham joins two Iowa State colleagues for a discussion of the disconnect between the types of news people say is important (international, business, political) and they types of stories the click on online; is reading hard news coverage like eating your vegetables?
UI neurologist Eric Dyken, director of the Sleep Disorders Center at the UI Hospitals and Clinics, discusses the latest research on sleep, including how wasting time before bedtime could be shattering your plans for shut eye.
Corrine Peek-Asa, director of the UI Injury Prevention Research Center, praises an online program for teen drivers and their parents; study results show those teens spend more time behind the wheel and fail fewer driving tests compared to their peers using a standard state-issued manual.
In older adults, an excess of the stress hormone cortisol has been linked to increased short-term memory loss—that's according to a new study by researchers at the University of Iowa.
The University of Iowa is touring the state in an effort to bring natural history to residents through a mobile museum: "Iowa is a big state, people are really spread out...this is just a taste of what they would see if they came on campus," said John Doershuk, state archeologist.
You might assume it was the night sky draped over his family’s farm that inspired the great UI astrophysicist Don Gurnett, but in fact it was his dad—a farmer who never went to high school—who sparked in his only child a curiosity for how things work.
An online library of interactive flood inundation maps for the Cedar River, developed by the Iowa Flood Center at the University of Iowa, allows users to adjust the settings of the maps based on water levels, current and predicted, as well as historical crests to create models of different flooding scenarios.
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.