Saturday, December 19 2009
Iowa State entrepreneurship professor offers advice for starting a small business in 2010
Howard Van Auken, the Bob and Kay Smith Fellow in Entrepreneurship at Iowa State University, offers advice for starting a small business in 2010.
Iowa State, Ames Laboratory researchers named AAAS Fellows for distinguished work
Four Iowa State University and Ames Laboratory researchers have been named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science for their distinguished work in materials science, chemistry and agronomy.
125 years of student health care at Iowa State
The gritty 125-year history of the student health center includes tales of altruistic doctors who juggled such duties as football coach, professor or sanitation inspector.
Wild chimps have near human understanding of fire, says study by ISU's Pruetz
Catching up with ISU's cuisine queen
ISU's Madison Mayberry, who caught culinary attention when she won The Rachael Ray Show's "Hey, Can You Cook?" contest, has a brand-new journalism degree. She's putting her education to use blogging, cooking and working for Better Homes and Gardens.
ISU faculty address how to re-tool business education to prevent another collapse
Iowa State replica of first electronic digital computer going to Computer History Museum
The Computer History Museum of Mountain View, Calif., will be the new home for Iowa State University's full-scale, working replica of the Atanasoff-Berry Computer (ABC) for at least 10 years. The replica of the first electronic digital computer was completed and demonstrated in 1997 as a tribute to the late innovators of the ABC, John Vincent Atanasoff, a former Iowa State professor of physics and mathematics, and Clifford Berry, a former physics graduate student.
A 79-year-old woman who dropped out 60 years ago graduates from Iowa State Dec. 19