Cher Carney, senior research associate at the University of Iowa’s National Advanced Driving Simulator, was featured recently in an article about teen drivers on WalletHub. The article, “2018’s Best & Worst States for Teen Drivers,” featured Carney’s expertise in teen driving behavior, including tips for parents of teen drivers.
A study from the University of Iowa College of Public Health and Carver College of Medicine published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) finds that children who have autism spectrum disorder are twice as likely to suffer from food allergies than children who do not have autism.
An exhibition tour across Iowa celebrates the 25th anniversary of the beginning of Iowa Women’s Archive and end of 6-on-6 basketball in the state.
A new study co-led by University of Iowa researchers helps clarify how ammonia is present in Earth’s upper atmosphere. Using computer modeling, the researchers found ammonia molecules trapped in liquid cloud droplets are released during convection, where these particles freeze and subsequently collide in the upper atmosphere.
Children with autism twice as likely to suffer from food allergies as children who do not have the disease
A study from the University of Iowa College of Public Health finds that children who have autism spectrum disorder are more likely to have allergies than children who do not, and are more than twice as likely to have food allergies.
A study from the UI College of Public Health finds that children with autism spectrum disorder are more than twice as likely to have food allergies than children who do not have ASD, though it did was not able to determine if the two are linked.
IowaMADE sells surgical devices developed and designed by UI faculty and students.
Building on a century of hydroscience research, the University of Iowa enters a new era of activity aimed at solving Earth’s biggest environmental issues.
The Iowa Social Science Research Center, along with the UI Public Policy Center and the University of Nebraska, awarded seven seed grants that provide funding for researchers to develop a full research protocol that provides access to the restricted-use microdata available through the Central Plains Research Data Center at UNL.
The Public Policy Center is welcoming four Summer Scholars-in-Residence: Aislinn Conrad-Hiebner, Armeda Wojciak, Megan Gilster, Jessica Welburn.