OVPR Welcomes 20 Faculty to Research Collaboration Catalysts 2024-2025 Cohort 

Twenty outstanding Iowa State University faculty members have been selected to participate in the 2024-2025 Research Collaboration Catalysts (RCC) program cohort, designed to train the… Read More

‘We Want to be Prepared’: ISU Develops Test for Japanese Encephalitis Virus

Phillip Gauger, left, and Rahul Nelli in a laboratory in the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory. Photo by Christopher Gannon/Iowa State University. When porcine epidemic diarrhea virus struck… Read More

Four Projects Selected for Funding From Spring Community Vitality RIR

Pictured above: Iowa State researchers – including principal investigators Elizabeth Stegemoller (upper lefthand corner) and Alice Alipour (lower righthand corner) – surfaced and explored a… Read More

Is Hard Water Bad for You? 2 Water Quality Engineers Explain the Potential Benefits and Pitfalls That Come With Having Hard Water

When you turn on your faucet to get a glass of water or wash your face, you’re probably not thinking about what’s in your water… Read More

ISU Researcher Presents at White House AI Event; Team Wins Grant for AI ag Tool

Iowa State University researchers developing large, vision-based artificial intelligence tools to identify and eventually recommend controls for agricultural pests are one of the first teams… Read More

American Science Association Honors Iowa State Innovators for Advancing Science

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is honoring five Iowa State University researchers for their individual contributions to physics, agriculture, chemistry and engineering. Read More

New Cybersecurity Center to Protect Grids Integrated With Renewables, Microgrids

Bringing renewable energy to the power grid raises all kinds of “internet-of-things” issues, said Iowa State University’s Manimaran Govindarasu. That’s because “everything is connected,” said… Read More

Iowa State University Awarded NSF Grant to Explore Development of a Portable Water Purification System

A research team led by Iowa State University has been awarded a $649,989 Phase 1 grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation to develop… Read More

Engineers Making a Better, More Profitable Grid for Distributing Solar Power

If you’re the Midcontinent Independent System Operator – the organization that manages the flow of high-voltage electricity across a central stripe of the U.S. and Canada,… Read More

2024 Innovation at Work: Paving the Way to Success

At the Iowa State University Research Park, even sidewalks are paved with innovation. Nacu Hernandez strolls down a path paved with asphalt just across the… Read More