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Iowa State is an international university with a friendly welcoming personality. Students from all 50 states and more than 100 countries come to Ames, Iowa, to choose from 100 majors, study with world-class scholars and hone their leadership skills in 800-plus student organizations. Iowa State offers a great environment where students can enjoy reaching their potential and discovering their passions.

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The World Health Organization’s classification of video game addiction as a mental health disorder is a significant step toward getting people the help they need, said Douglas Gentile, an Iowa State University professor of psychology and expert on video games and addiction.
Iowa State University will host a national center of excellence devoted to understanding the genomic, or molecular, mechanisms that govern important genetic traits in swine such as growth and disease resistance.
New research led by an Iowa State University agronomist identifies clear patterns in how plants react to different environments that could lead to new ways of predicting crop performance.
Iowa State University engages in a variety of activities focused on promoting healthy families and communities by preventing substance abuse in Iowa.
In a new class, "Cit of the Dead," Iowa State University students developed solutions for communities grappling with cemetery space constraints.

Building a children’s garden at the Iowa Correctional Institution for Women was the plan from day one.

Seven years later, it’s finally coming to life.

A team of computer scientists is working to defend against the next potential cyber risk – cloud storage.
Iowa State University engineering students have developed a new, practical and cost-effective way to drop medical supplies into a disaster area.
Iowa State University researchers have completed testing a key component of a new concept for disposing of animal carcasses following a disease outbreak.
Iowa State University researchers gained new insight into the human immune system by studying material left over after blood donations.