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Monday, August 6 2007

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Iowa State University celebrates its anniversary, people, history, future at state fair

Iowa State University will celebrate its 150th anniversary at its Iowa State Fair exhibit from Aug. 9 through 19.

News release.

Media advisory: ISU Extension veterinarian can discuss foot-and-mouth disease

In light of the recent outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease in England, ISU Extension veterinarian Dr. Nolan Hartwig reminds livestock producers in this country to keep biosecurity standards high.

News release.

Iowa State researchers work to track North American climate change

Iowa State University researchers are part of an international project that will run computerized climate models to see how climate change may affect North America.

News release.

Researcher: 'Fast Food Dads' stereotype a myth

Single dads apparently don't get enough respect when it comes to providing for their kids' nutrition according to a study led by Iowa State sociologist Susan Stewart.

News release.

Media Advisory: Iowa State bridge engineers can discuss bridge safety

Iowa drivers shouldn't be frightened the next time they driver over one of the state's bridges, said the director of the Bridge Engineering Center at Iowa State University.

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Biorenewables and sustainability are focus of Reiman Gardens tour

Reiman Gardens is hosting a a self-guided Biowalk Tour that addresse biorenewables, sustainability and "going green."

News release.

Research sheds light on Asian soybean rust infection

What happens at the molecular level when a plant is being infected by the Asian soybean rust fungus? Research led by ISU plant pathologists reveals important, new information. Their findings are published as the cover spotlight article in the August edition of the journal Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions.

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ISU President Geoffroy appointed to NCAA Executive Committee

Iowa State University President Gregory L. Geoffroy has been appointed to a two-year term on the NCAA's Executive Committee, the organization's highest governance body. All 16 committee members are presidents of member institutions.

News release.

New treatment for glaucoma shows promise in laboratory

Iowa State researchers have developed a new technique that successfully treated rats for blindness caused by glaucoma. Their experimental treatment will be used on canine patients in the next year. If successful, it is expected to move to human trials.

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Plant Sciences Institute jump starts new research

Six innovative research projects at Iowa State that are tackling scientific challenges facing Iowa agriculture recently received start-up funding from the Plant Sciences Institute. The projects relate to the institute's research initiatives in biopharmaceuticals, biorenewables, crop protection, genomics and nutrition.

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ISU's Bugeja calls for moral convergence of today's high-tech media in new book

Michael Bugeja, the director of Iowa State's Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, has published a new book titled "Living Ethics across media platforms." In it, he calls for a moral convergence to complement the technological one in the new high-tech media environment.

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First class in new global master's

This week Iowa State began offering the first class in its new global master's degree in seed technology and business. The degree combines business courses similar to those in the first year of a master's of business administration program with classes relating to scientific and technical subjects in seed and genetic improvement. Classes are offered through the Internet.

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