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Wednesday, November 23 2005

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Mock Trial Teams place in competition

ISU's Mock Trial Teams placed third and fifth in Creighton University's Blue Jay Open

News release.

University closed Nov. 24-25

University offices will be closed Nov. 24-25 for the Thanksgiving holiday. Offices reopen and classes resume Monday, Nov. 28.

Agriculture dean finalists named

Five finalists have been named in the search for the next dean of the College of Agriculture at Iowa State.

News release.

Harry Potter and the K-12 classroom

Harry Potter may have a home at Hogwarts School of Magic and Wizardry, but the character could just as easily transition to the American K-12 classroom, according to an Iowa State University education researcher.

News release.

ISU scientists explore the frontiers of NASA science

From finding spacecraft leaks to the latest in nanotechnology, Iowa State scientists are working on 17 research projects for NASA.

News release.

Researcher leads national effort to unlock gene functions

ISU plant scientist Basil Nikolau heads a national research effort to develop a new tool to decipher the functions of plant genes. The work could define new ways to improve oils, starches and proteins from corn and soybeans.

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Let's talk turkey

Iowa State University Extension's AnswerLine can help with many questions related to safely preparing and serving your Thanksgiving feast. In Iowa, puzzled cooks can call (800) 262-3804 until 4 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 23.

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Reiman Gardens to host holiday celebrations

Reiman Gardens' annual Blossoms of Light festival is Dec. 2, 3, 9 and 10.

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Cratchit and Tiny Tim

ISU Theatre's 'A Christmas Carol'

ISU Theatre will perform 'A Christmas Carol,' Dec 1-4 and 9-10

News release.

ISU scientists part of project to sequence corn genome

Iowa State is among four institutions on the team selected for a $29.5 million, three-year project to sequence the corn genome, the most complex genome to be sequenced to date.

News release.

Presidential Lecture: Reducing aviation risks

R. Bruce Thompson, director of Iowa State University's Center for Nondestructive Evaluation, will present "Reducing the Risk of Aviation Catastrophe" during the fall Presidential University Lecture. The lecture will be 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 29, in the Great Hall of Iowa State's Memorial Union. It is free and open to the public.

News release.

"Ecological footprint" co-founder to speak Nov. 29

William Rees, the Canadian researcher who helped develop the ecological footprint analysis will discuss sustainability of human civilization in a Nov. 29 lecture at Iowa State.

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