The university community honored the faculty and staff recipients of nearly 60 Iowa State awards during a Sept. 21 ceremony.
An ISU team is part of an $80 million federal grant to show how generating renewable natural gas from cover crops and prairie grass could give farmers a market-based motivation to use conservation practices that sequester carbon dioxide and improve water quality.
In an essay for The Conversation, political science associate professor Amy Smith writes about how religion is shaping Brazil's presidential election, but evangelicals there have different views than their American counterparts.
ISU students are part of a research team testing structures that could help patients recover from traumatic nerve injuries. Without structures for guidance, the nerve ends ball up and form scar tissue.
The Iowa Monarch Conservation Consortium, of which Iowa State is a member, reports that in the six years up to and including 2020, more than 430,000 acres of monarch butterfly habitat were planted in the state. That's more than halfway to the consortium strategy's low-end goal of 790,000 acres by 2038.