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Neal Iverson opened his laboratory's walk-in freezer and said the one-of-a-kind machine inside could help scientists understand how glaciers slide across their beds. And that could help researchers predict how glaciers will react to climate change and contribute to rising sea levels.
Researchers at Iowa State University have found an essential key to possibly cure Parkinson's disease and are looking for others.
Researchers at Iowa State University have identified an enzyme that helps make tuberculosis resistant to a human's natural defense system.
A new Iowa State University study found that a family, school and community intervention program helps children live healthier lives and could be a new tool in the fight against the nation's childhood obesity epidemic.
Two Iowa State University researchers are examining a new method of controlling soybean aphids without the use of chemical pesticides.
Srinivas Aluru recently stepped between the two rows of six tall metal racks, opened up the silver doors and showed off the 3,200 computer processor cores that power Cystorm, Iowa State University's second supercomputer.
As a new mother herself, Brenda Lohman admits to being shocked by the results of a new study she co-authored. It found that among nearly 1,000 low-income families in three major cities, one in four children between the ages of 11 and 16 reported having sex, with their first sexual intercourse experience occurring at the average age of 12.77.
Declining wind speeds could damage crops, increase pollution and raise temperatures in cities, Iowa State University researchers say. Wind speeds across the country have decreased an average of 0.5 percent to 1 percent each year since 1973, with the biggest declines in the East, the Northeast and the Great Lakes, the study said. The study, to be published in the Journal of Geophysical Research -- Atmospheres, confirmed the researchers' previously reported findings that lower wind speeds...
Declining wind speeds in parts of the United States could impact more than the wind power industry, say Iowa State University climate researchers.
Some video games can make children kinder and more likely to help â€” not hurt â€” other people.
- a slit in a tire to drain away surface water and improve traction.