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To combat difficulties with standard statistical models, Iowa State researchers developed a network-based approach to measure the impact of COVID-19 policies and vaccination strategies during the stages of the pandemic.
Nearly 1,000 audio recordings of notable talks from the long-running Iowa State lecture series will be digitized thanks to a grant from the National Recording Preservation Foundation. The 991 recordings from the 1970s to the 1990s will be preserved digitally, captioned and made publicly accessible, including lectures by Angela Davis, Barbara Ehrenreich, Seymour Hersh, Arthur Miller and Benjamin Spock.
The Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust committed $300,793 over two years to help ISU researchers develop a quick-response paper test strip to detect the coronavirus. The saliva test began development in late spring 2020 under the direction of chemistry professor Robbyn Anand.
Iowa State professors look at the advantages of working out in groups versus alone in an essay for The Conversation.