For the second year in a row, undergraduate and graduate student researchers will be featured on banners throughout downtown Iowa City in early 2019.
The future looks bright for engineering and the physical sciences, as the University of Iowa makes preparations to launch a consolidated and highly focused center housing research equipment used for in-depth analysis and testing.
The Communicating Ideas workshop, now in its sixth year, helps researchers frame and focus their messages with a non-expert audience in mind.
The newest cohort of nine faculty members from a wide variety of disciplines took part in the workshop on July 20, 2018.
The building where Grant Wood created his world-famous art soon will become a place where University of Iowa students and faculty can collaborate and innovate to solve problems and change the world.
A system designed by a University of Iowa ophthalmologist that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to detect diabetic retinopathy without a person interpreting the results earned Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorization in April, following a clinical trial in primary care offices. Results of that study were published Aug. 28 online in Nature Digital Medicine, offering the first look at data that led to FDA clearance for IDx-DR, the first medical device that uses AI for the autonomous detection of diabetic retinopathy.