Friday, January 10 2014
See a listing of the breaking news alerts related to the Jan. 3 chemical incident at the Iowa State University Research Park.
Signs for optimism are returning to the cattle market after years of difficulty, according to Iowa State markets expert
For the first time in years, the pendulum is swinging back toward profitability for the American cattle industry, according to an Iowa State University cattle markets expert. With corn prices falling during the second half of 2013, cattle producers are starting to consider growing the herd.
U.S. banking regulators recently approved rules for a key component of the Dodd-Frank Act more than three years after the law was initially enacted. The complexity of the law and debate over the new regulations has slowed implementation since President Barack Obama signed the Dodd-Frank Act in 2010.
A cross-cultural study, led by Iowa State University researchers, shows prosocial media and video games positively influence behavior regardless of culture. The study, a first-of-its-kind, tested levels of empathy and helpfulness of thousands of children and adolescents in seven countries.