UI law professor Herb Hovenkamp examines the antitrust issues that will be considered in AT&T's proposed takeover of DirecTV.
Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds toured the Pappajohn Biomedical Discovery Building on Wednesday and praised its innovation and entrepreneurial spirit.
Colleagues and friends remember UI physics professor Lew Frank as a leader in physics and astronomy and a great contributor to space research.
The University of Virginia is working with the University of Iowa's National Advanced Driving Simulator (NADS) to conduct research into teens with autism and their driving skills.
Political science professor Tim Hagle says some political endorsements are worth more than others for the candidates.
An experimental drug can lower levels of cholesterol by up to 75 percent when combined with a statin, UI researchers have found.
A Canadian study found insurance coverage for IVF treatments led to fewer multiple births: “This is an encouraging finding that might influence payers to reconsider [covering] IVF, as they may ultimately benefit by the reduced cost," says Brad Van Voorhis, UI IVF program director.
UI law professor Lea VanderVelde says the circumstances that led Dred Scott to sue for freedom and then to stick with the litigation for eleven years, finally culminating at the Supreme Court, can be attributed to three different sets of factors: geography, local law, and hidden parties.
The Centers for Disease Control identified the first case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus, or MERS, in the United States on May 2; Dr. Stanley Perlman, UI professor of microbiology, is part of a worldwide effort to understand more about the virus, discovered in 2012.
Former Hawkeye kicker Nate Kaeding and UI business professor Jeff Ohlmann discuss the NFL draft from the player's perspective and the increasing importance of statistical analysis in professional sports.