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As a child, Loveland poet and artist Caroline Orman did a drawing of a cat, and her mother commented that it looked like the cat that swallowed the canary.
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Further developing existing technology, NHK promises to bring true holographic television images that do not require glasses to nearly all homes in Japan by 2022.
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You might think that we already know all there is to know about Jackson Pollock's life and work, but you'd be wrong.
12 hrs ago | Fortune
When Brooklyn Law School announced earlier this month that it would cut tuition by 15%, it sounded less like a briefing and more like a battle cry.
14 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog
A NASA satellite image shows the metropolitan area of Iquitos, Peru, nestled in the Amazon Basin, on the banks of the Amazon River and surrounded by smaller rivers, lakes and lagoons.
Having a baby born early can mean a long journey for the little ones and their families.
In his lab, Chang Lu of the chemical engineering department at Virginia Tech and his students develop small devices with micrometer features for examining molecular events inside cells.
A first-time collaborative Easter egg hunt between Iowa City Moms Blog and Tri Delta sorority was hugely successful Sunday.
R achel Warford knew she wanted a career in sports, but not as an athlete. She played high school basketball and soccer in Des Moines and liked the atmosphere of athletics, the energy and the teamwork.
IOWA CITY, Iowa - Despite a steady rain and cloudy skies, dozens of people gathered in Iowa City on Sunday, to walk, and hopefully, fulfill the wishes of kids suffering from life-threatening illnesses.
IC Residents Make Suggestions at Community Summit on Sexual Assault Hughes 4-13-14 Several community members voiced their ideas on how to stop sexual assaults during a community summit Saturday at the Iowa City Public Library.
University of Iowa sophomore Anna Hermsen receives a mumps, measles and rubella vaccination shot from nurse Jan Bush at the school's Student Health Service in 2006.
When New York chocolate-makers Michael and Rick Mast -- pioneers in what has been dubbed the bean-to-bar movement -- embarked on a national book tour last fall, one date in particular stood out on the calendar.
There are several factors that influence how quickly you will procure a job in your chosen field after you graduate from college, not the least of which is the course of study you choose, and how well you apply yourself during your college career.
Funeral services will be held at 2:00 pm Monday, April 14, 2014, at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Iowa City.
A University of Iowa student has been expelled and permanently separated from the university after his alleged sexual assault of another UI student on Jan. 15, according to a document obtained by the Press-Citizen.