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UI Considering Another New Residence Hall
UI Considering Another New Residence Hall Lang 7/29/14 Another new residence hall could be on the horizon for the University of Iowa.
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SUNY New Paltz basks in TV spotlight
That's how long you can expect to see SUNY New Paltz's cameo as a stand-in for the University of Iowa on an upcoming episode of the HBO hit "Girls."
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Schools & Families Deal with Rising Number of Kids with Food Allergies
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, The prevalence of food allergies among children increased 18% during 1997-2007.
Regents to OK Last Budget Without New Metrics
The Gazette Board of Regents State of Iowa President Bruce Rastetter of Alden speaks during a meeting at the University of Iowa in this 2013 photo.
Officials: Teen fell about 80 feet from Iowa cliff
The Clinton Fire Department says the teen fell from a bluff Monday afternoon at Eagle Point Park.
How stoned is too stoned to drive?
The US government is analyzing data from what it claims is the biggest study on how pot affects how you drive.
background tv bad for kids
How much television is too much for children? According to a new study lead by University of Iowa associate professor in English Deborah Linebarger, even background TV can be bad for children.
Drivers Got High On Federal Weed For A Stoned Driving Study
For several months in 2013 and 2014, federal researchers administered free marijuana and alcohol to a group of people and set them loose in a driving simulator -- all in the name of science.
'Threading the RCA Projector', A 1950s Instructional Film...
YouTube archivists WDTVLIVE42 have unearthed "Threading the RCA Projector," a 1950s-era instructional film showing viewers the proper way to operate a 16mm projector.
Targeted Inhibition of Prostate Cancer Metastases with an RNA Aptamer ...
Correspondence: Paloma H Giangrande, Departments of Internal Medicine and Radiation Oncology, University of Iowa, 375 Newton Rd, 5202 MERF, Iowa City, IA 52242, USA.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Science Briefs: Amber's durability, dust mite allergies, cooler solar cells
The warm beauty of amber was captivating and mysterious enough to inspire myths in ancient times, and even today some of its secrets remain locked inside the fossilized tree resin.
TV Background Noise Harms Children's Development; Some Educational Programs OK
Yet another study shows that background television noise may harm a child's learning and development, as electronic screens continue to proliferate in the home.
The Daily Beast
Pulling the Plug on English DepartmentsBy David Masciotra
The armies of soft philistinism are on the march and eager to ditch traditional literature instruction in favor of more utilitarian approaches.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Tom Martin Q&A: 3D scanning company grew out of UK connections
Seikowave is a Lexington-based technology company focused on three-dimensional scanning.
University of Iowa Launches New Site For Construction Projects
Just about everywhere you look on the University of Iowa campus, there's a crane or a concrete skeleton of a new building on the horizon.
Police identify suspect in UI bathroom camera case
University of Iowa police have identified the individual thought to be responsible for placing a camera in a restroom in the University Capitol Centre's Information Technology Services space last month.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Joseph Bellows Gallery opens 'Victor Landweber: American Cameras' and 'Summer Selections II'
Joseph Bellows Gallery announces two new exhibitions, Victor Landweber American Cameras and Summer Selections II.
Researchers Create Vaccine For Dust Mite Allergies
Image Caption: Dust mites are tiny and ubiquitous, but they cause big allergic reactions for many people.
The Brattleboro Reformer
Marlboro native sets screening of thesis film at Latchis
Kreitzer is a Marlboro native in a three-year graduate program at the University of Iowa, where he plans to make a 25-minute film titled "Black Canaries" for his master's of fine arts thesis.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Iowa college lets other researchers use technology
Those are some of the high-caliber, high-dollar tools that Honts, an associate professor of cell and molecular biology at Drake University, has access to this summer during a unique program hosted by the University of Iowa's Carver College of Medicine.