Economics professor Joshua Rosenbloom, chemistry professor Aaron Sadow and genetics, development and cell biology professor Yanhai Yin were named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science for their distinguished contributions to science.
Marketing associate professor Samantha Cross' research showed customer service perceptions don't always align with the actual service provided. Results from three studies found consumers belonging to underrepresented racial and ethnic groups often rated poorer-quality service less negatively than White consumers.
Researchers found that ruling out suspects in a lineup gives greater accuracy, provides more information and helps police better determine a suspect's guilt or innocence than standard lineups.
A team of ISU engineers received a second round of funding from the National Science Foundation for technology transfer on its smorphacade, a building facade system that uses artificial intelligence to change its own surface roughness and porosity to mitigate the impact of wind.
Horticulture extension specialist Aaron Steil gives how-to advice on propagating house plants, including favorites such as philodendron and African violet.