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First-year students Almas Abdulla, Elizabeth Bagwell, Jameil Brown, Drew Mackenzie and Avery Rasmussen are among this year's class of Karsh-Dillard Scholars at the University of... [Read More]
Photo Illustration by Kelly Caminero/The Daily Beast Looking ahead to the midterms, President Donald Trump tweeted recently: "I'm very concerned that Russia will be fighting... [Read More]
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast During any other presidency, it would be highly unusual for the Russian media to be preoccupied with the... [Read More]
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In an ongoing confrontation with the Russians, America blinked first. [Read More]
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How the Kremlin's propaganda is playing the Helsinki meeting. [Read More]
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In a region in turmoil, an unprecedented joint venture of scientists and policymakers is working together on Jordan's new particle accelerator under the motto \'science... [Read More]
Scientists have discovered a permanent visitor from interstellar space cruising through our solar system. [Read More]
And its composition is similar to some comets and asteroids in our own solar system. [Read More]
Chantek, a charming ape who learned ASL and knew how to clean his room and give directions, has passed away. [Read More]
Researchers have developed a molecular pulley system that drastically decreases the rate of decay for the energy capacity of lithium-silicon batteries. [Read More]
Coffee may not make you immortal, but recent studies show a correlation between coffee consumption and longevity—even for decaf drinkers. [Read More]
The entangled photons were beamed to three ground stations across China, each separated by more than 700 miles—a new record. [Read More]
The FDA and CDC are saying that some lead tests could be misleading, and might underestimate the amount of lead in people's blood. [Read More]
If the law of supply and demand applies to the marketplace of ideas like it does to economics, political opinions wouldn't be worth a plug... [Read More]
Political opinions are everywhere, more so now than ever before, since Donald Trump won the presidency. That seems double true of Iowa's universities.       ... [Read More]
Political opinions are everywhere, more so now than ever before, since Donald Trump won the presidency. That seems double true of Iowa's universities. [Read More]
If the law of supply and demand applies to the marketplace of ideas as it does to economics, political opinions wouldn't be worth a plug... [Read More]
At first, Leslie Carpenter thought her son Patrick was on drugs. She was at home in Iowa City with her husband and about to go... [Read More]
Leslie Carpenter looking at a photo of her son, Patrick, taken when he was a young boy. [Read More]
This artificial reproductive system offers invaluable insight into female physiology, and it fits in the palm of your hand. [Read More]
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