Accountability sessions give ISU student startups time to set benchmarks, course-correctPosted on
Ryan True is one of 20 students and alumni participating this summer in CYstarters, a 10-week accelerator program that provides the funding, resources, and accountability to grow business startups. True's business, Full Circle Wellness, aims to help older adults stay healthy.
Micro-creamery coming to Iowa State UniversityPosted on
The first phase of Professor Stephanie Clark's plan to open a creamery at Iowa State will come to fruition this fall with the opening of a micro-creamery in the Center for Crops Utilization Research pilot plant, located within the Food Sciences Building.
Biomechanics professor named Iowa State’s next kinesiology chairPosted on
Li-Shan Chou, a professor of biomechanics who is department head of human physiology and director of the Motion Analysis Laboratory at the University of Oregon, will be the next chair of the Iowa State University Department of Kinesiology.
Tax hurts investment in medical device research and developmentPosted on
New research shows companies cut funding for research and development by $34 million in response to a tax imposed on medical devices as part of the Affordable Care Act.
Motivation to move may start with being mindfulPosted on
A meditation and stress reduction program may be as effective at getting people to move more as structured exercise programs, according to a new study led by Jacob Meyer, an assistant professor in kinesiology.
Garments designed by Iowa State students improve quality of life for people with disabilitiesPosted on
Garments designed this spring by Iowa State University apparel, merchandising, and design students in Ellen McKinney’s creative design processes class are making life a little easier for children, fellow students, and relatives with disabilities.
Brain activity, reactivity help explain diabetics’ negative feelings and risk for depressionPosted on
For millions of Americans who are obese and living with diabetes or prediabetes, feelings of sadness, anger and anxiety are often part of daily life. A new Iowa State University study suggests those negative feelings may stem from problems regulating blood sugar levels that influence emotional response in the brain.
Checking out STEM at the local libraryPosted on
Ames families can soon go to the library to check out kits made by Iowa State University students that contain hands-on activities aimed at teaching young children more about science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM), and literacy.
College of Human Sciences to recognize graduating seniors at spring convocationPosted on
The Iowa State University College of Human Sciences will recognize the accomplishments of nearly 650 graduating students in a series of events on May 4 and 5.
Iowa State University to offer master’s degree for dietitiansPosted on
A new master’s degree at Iowa State University will allow registered dietitians to earn their graduate degrees ahead of the national deadline of Jan. 1, 2024, while advancing their knowledge and competitiveness in the field.