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A new study led by an Iowa State University scientist details the structure of a critical enzyme that enables the coronavirus to resist antiviral medications. Scientists could use the study to find ways to inhibit the enzyme, possibly leading to more effective treatments.
A new study led by an Iowa State University scientist sheds light on how organisms have evolved to address imbalances in sex chromosomes.
An NSF-funded project will establish a wireless living lab at Iowa State and communities in central Iowa to conduct research on broadband infrastructures for rural and remote areas.
“We’re trying to make it so that no one has to touch the samples,” said Nigel Reuel, an assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering at Iowa State University. “Let’s see if we can make this possible.”
Chemists at Iowa State University are developing a paper-strip urine test to detect infection by the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
Scientists at Iowa State University are poised to take a significant step forward by transferring a human immune system into pigs to allow for more realistic evaluations of human cellular and tissue responses.
An Iowa State University researcher has spent the last five years running wind tunnel experiments to collect data on cable vibration in the high winds generated by hurricanes and other windstorms, understand how wind flows around the cables
Experts at Iowa State University think they have a way to improve crop yields on corn and soybeans even further by using computer monitoring of fields
The spring semester at Iowa State University may be over, but work to help others during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t slowed down.
Perovskites with their crystal structures and promising electro-optical properties could be the active ingredient that makes the next generation of low-cost, efficient, lightweight and flexible solar cells, per Iowa State researchers