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Two busses full of undergraduate agronomy and meteorology students joined Iowa NSF EPSCoR administrators for a tour of a wind ...
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A three-year, $375,000 project on data-driven decision making for sustainable cities has now earned two awards from the Presidential Initiative ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR supports the Black & Brown Male Empowerment Symposium through Broader Impacts Leader Sriram Sundararajan. The symposium will ...
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A team of researchers from Iowa State University’s Bioeconomy Institute that includes Iowa NSF EPSCoR bioenergy researchers are investigating a ...
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Two Iowa NSF EPSCoR interns are pushing wind turbine research into new territory with an unlikely tool: drones. Roman Doyle ...
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The mission of the Global Climate and Energy Project (GCEP) at Stanford University is  to research energy technologies that will ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR, along with the Center for Biorenewable Chemicals (CBiRC), presented a summer opportunity for undergraduates to learn through lab-based projects ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR partially funds research opportunities for many Iowa State University professors, including several who are a part of ...
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The Iowa NSF EPSCoR Annual All-Hands Meeting 2016 Poster Competition took place on July 25 at the Hotel, Kirkwood Community ...
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Aiming to further engage kids in STEM, Iowa NSF EPSCoR helped stage twelve camps this summer, all of which are ...
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In today’s age of portable devices and applications, it is easy for kids to get distracted. Educators have adapted by ...
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When Iowa schools are out of session educators use their time to learn more about the subject they teach. Partially ...
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On a white board in the front corner of a middle school science classroom a teacher has written, “Purpose: to ...
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Out of the 26 existing EPSCoR Twitter accounts, Iowa NSF EPSCoR ranks third in amount of followers with a total ...
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Iowa State University mechanical engineering graduate student Allison Cargill stood next to the bar and smiled as she watched a ...
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The Iowa NSF EPSCoR Energy Policy platform held a series of seminars and workshops at Iowa State University which started ...
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Imagine a world in 2116 where water supply is plentiful, safe, and old pipes are replaced. There is strong oversight ...
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Teachers now have more time to sign up for an energy education workshop. The statewide, hybrid Teaching Education as a ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR bioenergy researcher and Iowa State University mechanical engineering professor Song-Charng Kong has developed an open-source computer code ...
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An Iowa NSF EPSCoR-funded course, “Broader Impacts of Engineering on Society” taught by Broader Impacts platform leader Sriram Sundararajan, ended ...
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Dr. Brian Burt, Iowa NSF EPSCoR Broader Impacts member and assistant professor in the Iowa State University School of Education, ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR Broader Impacts Leader Sriram Sundararajan recently appeared on Iowa Public Radio’s “River to River” program. Sundararajan was ...
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A weeklong Building Enclosure and Commissioning (BECx) Train the Trainer workshop was recently held at Iowa State University. The workshop ...
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A video by Skyler Knutzen, an Iowa State University student, was named best-in-show at the seventh annual Biorenewables Art Competition ...
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Iowa Governor Terry Branstad has signed a tax credit bill aimed at accelerating development of biorenewable chemicals in the state ...
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A curriculum covering bioenergy and agriculture has been released by the C6 BioFarm team, led by former Iowa NSF EPSCoR ...
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How can research groups in higher education develop competence and community? A group of researchers from Iowa State University is ...
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Esdras Murillo, an EPSCoR-supported senior studying electrical engineering at Iowa State University, won the research poster competition at the Iowa ...
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On behalf of Iowa NSF EPSCoR, Broader Impacts platform leader Sriram Sundararajan was pleased to announce the winners of the ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR is helping fund a new graduate course at Iowa State University this spring. The course, “Broader Impacts ...
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What are the issues and hesitations land owners and members of the public have about installing transmission lines and wind ...
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The C6 BioFarm game suite for iPad became available for free download September 9, 2015. The application, designed by a ...
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As graduate students slipped into the few remaining seats in a packed room, Iowa State University Senior Vice President and ...
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Five faculty from the Iowa State College of Design visited the Iowa State BioCentury Research farm this October as part ...
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Five Iowa State students joined a representative from the United Nations Foundation (UN) on stage at the Memorial Union to ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR, the Bioeconomy Institute, and bioenergy were on the agenda for a legislative briefing held at Iowa State ...
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Hongtao Ding, a University of Iowa (UI) assistant professor of mechanical and industrial engineering and Iowa NSF EPSCoR wind energy ...
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The Iowa NSF EPSCoR energy policy platform’s seminar series featured seven respected and nationally renowned speakers this year. The energy ...
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Summer camps for kids are in full swing at the University of Northern Iowa (UNI). This year, Iowa NSF EPSCoR ...
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Boone Community School teacher Shelly Vanyo introduced renewable energy to the school’s curriculum, thanks in part to an Iowa NSF ...
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Glenn Luecke, director of High Performance Computing (HPC) Education at Iowa State, recently invited Gene Takle, director of the Iowa ...
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After three years of studying the adoption of energy efficient behaviors in three small towns in Iowa, researchers at the ...
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Have you ever seen or used E-85 gasoline at the pump? If so, Sebastien Pouliot and his research team want ...
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The Iowa NSF EPSCoR Annual All-Hands Meeting 2015 Poster Competition took place on July 28 at the Hotel, Kirkwood Community ...
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Shan He, post-graduate researcher in architecture and Iowa NSF EPSCoR researcher, received the Broader Impacts Leadership in Mentoring and Outreach ...
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Renee Walton, a recent graduate with her masters in meteorology, has been working alongside Dr. Gene Takle, a professor in ...
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The community lab Interlock House on Lake Rathbun provides a location for Iowa NSF EPSCoR researchers to find more effective ...
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Research Experience for Teachers (RET), a program sponsored by the Center for Biorenewable Chemicals (CBiRC) gives high school teachers the ...
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Researchers are finding clues about plant life in watersheds and floodplains across the state by capturing images of light beyond ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR Energy Policy Researcher Bruce Babcock was invited to speak at a panel discussion on the future of ...
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ARTi competed with 13 other cleantech startup company finalists in the Fifth Annual Clean Energy Trust Competition on April 14 ...
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This summer, Iowa NSF EPSCoR building energy efficiency researchers will come to Honey Creek and organize family-friendly activities for the ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR bioenergy researcher Mark Mba-Wright brought together experts in biomass processing facilities to the Energy Manufacturing Workshop 2015 ...
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The Imagine Energy Traveler mobile demonstration platform will be rolling across Iowa this summer to demonstrate energy efficient and renewable ...
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During dead week, the week before final exams, students across Iowa State University often give presentations to highlight the projects ...
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Hundreds of children and adults learn about the human body, weather, chemistry, and many other scientific topics on a daily ...
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A set of ceramic “fuel containers” by Heather Whittlesey was named “best in show” for the 2015 Biorenewables Art Competition, ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR Part of Wind Energy Research Tour Research sponsored by Iowa NSF EPSCoR was featured in a tour ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR Energy Policy platform leader Bruce Babcock supported and co-sponsored the Eighth Annual Berkeley Bioeconomy Conference, held April ...
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Reem Alkhalil, former 2014 EPSCoR-supported summer research intern, presented research at the Iowa Capitol started during her internship. Alkhalil was ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR wind energy platform member, Gene Takle, garnered statewide interest in his research on how turbines affect field ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR supported projects were display at the Cedar Valley Family STEM Festival, November 12 at the Five Sullivan ...
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Tucked away in a storage closet at Waterloo West High School is a student science project that has the potential ...
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Curious about the research platforms of Iowa NSF EPSCoR? Check out these frequently asked questions! ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR supported student, Esdras Murillo, placed second in the student poster competition at the Emerging Researchers National (ERN) ...
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A community outreach research program run by Iowa NSF EPSCoR energy utilization researchers Jack Yates, a professor of psychology, and ...
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Increasing and improving education about energy is a key component of Iowa NSF EPSCoR’s broader impacts goals. Pat Higby, Iowa ...
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Iowa State students enrolled in Art and Visual Culture courses had the opportunity to meet with scientists, researchers, and students ...
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The Biorenewable Resources and Technology (BRT) Program at Iowa State University is growing with the help of Iowa NSF EPSCoR ...
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The American Solar Energy Society (ASES) 19th Annual National Solar Tour made a stop in Iowa this year at the ...
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Many Iowa NSF EPSCoR students and researchers reached an international audience for their work at TCS2014: Symposium on Thermal and ...
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What are RINs and what do they have to do with fuel policy? Iowa NSF EPSCoR bioenergy platform leader, Robert ...
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Six students studiously stared at computers for eight hours October 4 during the C6 BioFarm Hackathon, which was held to ...
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More than 500 Iowa math and science teachers gathered in Iowa State University’s Scheman Building for the 2014 Iowa Council ...
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A two-day symposium at the University of Iowa explored a wide range of renewable energy topics. “Meeting the Renewable Energy ...
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Nothing speaks better to researchers than funding, and at the Iowa NSF EPSCoR Annual All-Hands Meeting, there was money on ...
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The Imagine Energy Traveler, a renewable energy demonstration platform funded by Iowa NSF EPSCoR and outfitted by Van Meter Inc ...
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The National Science Foundation reviews each research proposal with two criteria in mind – what is the intellectual merit of ...
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Reduce, renew, rebuild. Teachers from across the state recently participated in “The Three R’s of Energy Evolution,” the title of ...
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After the 2014 Iowa NSF EPSCoR Annual All-Hands 2014 meeting, some Iowa NSF EPSCoR faculty and administrators stuck around Iowa ...
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Denver, Colorado, is known to some as the home of the Denver Broncos, Rocky mountains, and micro-breweries, but for two days ...
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Ulrike Passe, associate professor of architecture at Iowa State University and Iowa NSF EPSCoR researcher, received the Iowa EPSCoR Broader ...
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Superhero C6, biochar, and Iowa State Professor of mechanical engineering Robert Brown. What do these three things have in common? ...
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A new Iowa NSF EPSCoR summer day camp, modeled after a retired National Science Foundation program, was introduced to the ...
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For six weeks, University of Iowa engineering classrooms became robot battlegrounds and obstacle courses for nearly 130 kids participating in ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR believes in engaging in broader impacts when opportunities arise, and that is part of the reason why ...
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A group of about twenty young governmental aides squinted in the sunshine and stared up at the giant grasses surrounding ...
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The University of Arizona, U.S. Army Research Office, Tennessee State University and NASA were just a few of the institutions ...
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Food on a stick, the grandstand, livestock, and the Iowa State Fair Queen are what people typically think of at ...
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On Monday afternoon, July 21st, Iowa NSF EPSCoR researchers collaborated with one another about potential research projects.T hree seed grant ...
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Ulrike Passe, associate professor of architecture at Iowa State University and Iowa NSF EPSCoR researcher, received the Iowa EPSCoR Broader ...
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Three Iowa middle school teachers were selected during the 2013 Summer Academy to attend additional professional development, called the Summer ...
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Hot and Cold curriculum materials are now online. Some 23 sweaty but excited third and fourth graders rushed into Shan ...
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A “biorenewable” is a resource from the biosphere that is limitless. However, how do you teach biorenewables to a large ...
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This summer, a group of Iowa middle school teachers abandoned the books and became crime scene investigators, learning techniques and ...
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While educational institutions across the country put an emphasis on STEM instruction, one company CEO says there is more to ...
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Reading, ‘riting, and ‘rithmetic are often what people think of when elementary schools cross their mind. However, the Biorenewables Workshop ...
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"Out of an excellent show, it was just picking the aces," explained Iowa NSF EPSCoR Annual All-Hands Meeting Poster Competition judge ...
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Iowa State’s Biorenewables Research Laboratory was nearly the first stop in the United States for students in the Global Youth ...
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Have you ever wanted to learn something while you play a game? The C6 BioFarm team is creating a game ...
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Carlos Aizpurua, a graduate student from North Carolina State University, is visiting Iowa State University to work with Mark Mba-Wright’s research ...
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Andrea Wheeler, assistant professor of architecture at Iowa State, has an eight week fellowship in Bath, England, to determine if ...
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Shan He, architecture research associate, would like people outside of Iowa NSF EPSCoR to know what is going on at ...
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A senior in architecture at Iowa State University, Isabelle Leysens, recently presented Iowa NSF EPSCoR funded research at an international ...
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One seminar presentation changed the life of Kaige Wang, a Ph.D. student in mechanical engineering and biorenewable resources and technology ...
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If you visit Iowa State’s Biorenewables Research Laboratory (BRL) you may be surprised by the quality and quantity of art ...
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Two undergraduates earned an opportunity to display research at the Iowa Capitol related to Iowa NSF EPSCoR building science research ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR affiliated mechanical engineering graduate student from Iowa State, Bernardo del Campo, meandered through the crowd at the ...
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Nineteen curious undergraduates gathered with five peer mentors in the lobby of the Biorenewables Research Laboratory (BRL) at Iowa State ...
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The Iowa Board of Regents has recently approved a new Master’s of Engineering in Energy Systems.  The 10-course online or ...
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The 7th Annual Iowa Wind Power Conference, hosted by the Iowa Wind Energy Association (IWEA), featured and honored work from ...
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The deliberation of a graduate class on law has synergized with the practicality of an engineering class in two courses ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR co-sponsored “Enhancing Mississippi Watershed Ecosystems with Perennial Bioenergy Crops,” a workshop held concurrently with the fall meeting ...
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AMES, IA – Sriram Sundararajan has been announced as the new Broader Impacts (BI) platform leader for the National Science ...
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Forty second grade students from Twain Elementary in Iowa City, their teachers, who are alumni of the University of Iowa, ...
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Researchers from University of Iowa, University of Northern Iowa, and Iowa State University met with a group of legislators Jan ...
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High school students in the Quad Cities Minority Partnership (QCMP) Math and Science Program learned more about engineering and science ...
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Esdras Murillo, former Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) student, Iowa NSF EPSCoR intern, and current Iowa State University junior ...
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The latest Forkenbrock Series on Public Policy from the University of Iowa’s Public Policy Center, “Adapting to Weather Extremes: the ...
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This November Catherine DeLong, Master’s student in Agronomy at Iowa State University, visited the Outdoor Learning Lab of Northeast Iowa ...
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The Iowa Illinois Nebraska STEM Partnership for Innovation in Research & Education Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP-IINSPIRE) held ...
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A team of Iowa NSF EPSCoR students consisting of Bernardo Del Campo, graduate student in mechanical engineering,  Suncica Jasarovic, senior ...
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The theme of the first joint conference between the Iowa Council of Teachers of Mathematics (ICTM) and Iowa Science Teaching ...
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Iowa Extension and Iowa NSF EPSCoR educational character, C6, and accompanying educational package were featured in a joint exhibit at ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR students and faculty attended and presented research at the North American Wind Energy Academy (NAWEA) at the ...
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What are the barriers to the advancement of women and underrepresented minorities in STEM disciplines?  Which of our academic cultures, ...
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On September 3 at 7:30 a.m. a groggy group of some 25 Iowa State students and faculty boarded a bus ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR hosted two Iowa legislators in the 2nd Annual Legislators in the Lab program. Rep. Bobby Kaufmann, District ...
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Iowa State University faculty and graduate students brought their appetites and their curiosity to the ISU Bioeconomy Showcase Seminar and ...
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The fifth annual “Biofuels: Science & Sustainability Tour” for congressional staffers stopped at the Iowa State University Sorenson Farm and ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR helped heighten awareness of energy topics at this year’s Iowa State Fair. The project contributed to several ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR Energy Utilization plank leader Ulrike Passe and her project team recently installed a new touchscreen system in ...
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More than 25 faculty, staff, and students from the ISU Bioeconomy Institute, including several Iowa NSF EPSCoR members are ready ...
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About eighty elementary through high school science, technology, engineering, and mathematic (STEM) teachers as well as industry representatives gathered for ...
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During the second Iowa NSF EPSCoR Energy Institute, 16 teachers strengthened their understanding of energy and its significance in science, ...
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Columbus Community High School students, staff and faculty returning from summer vacation may notice a few new energy-saving tweaks in ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR, CenUSA, and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach 4-H Youth Development have worked together to create an educational package ...
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The Workshop on Energy, Transportation, and Water Infrastructure: Policy and Social Perspectives was held July 17-19 at the Iowa State ...
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During the six-week University of Iowa TRiO Upward Bound Summer Program, more than 40 low income and/or potential first-generation college ...
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Josh Meier’s interest in sustainability has led to more energy efficient schools in Tipton, Iowa. His work for the Tipton ...
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On August 26, Iowa NSF EPSCoR energy policy platform leader, Bruce Babcock, and Iowa NSF EPSCoR energy policy researchers Tristan ...
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Did you know that teachers go to school?  This summer, 12 educators in multiple disciplines from various school districts in ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR welcomes Marc Peterson as its new financial manager.  Marc comes from the Iowa State University’s food science ...
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During the second Iowa EPSCoR Annual All-Hands Meeting, students and faculty gathered to celebrate the achievements of Iowa EPSCoR in ...
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Thirty-three middle school students learned how to construct, design, and program Lego robots during Iowa NSF EPSCoR’s Introduction to Robotics ...
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"Out of an excellent show, it was just picking the aces," explained Iowa NSF EPSCoR Annual All-Hands Meeting 2014 Poster Competition ...
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During the weeklong Biorenewables Workshop, a group of 21 elementary teachers from central Iowa improved their understanding of science topics ...
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The Iowa NSF EPSCoR Annual All-Hands Meeting 2013 Poster Competition took place on July 23, 2013. Students representing different colleges ...
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Albert Ratner, associate professor of mechanical and industrial engineering at the University of Iowa, and Iowa NSF EPSCoR researcher, received ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR undergraduate research interns broke away from their research projects for a day to experience firsthand the energy ...
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Because of their passion for teaching students about biorenewable energy, Bernardo Del Campo and Jyahao Leong, both Iowa State University ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR members Robert Brown, Jill Euken, and David Laird presented in CenUSA Bioenergy’s first ever intensive program on ...
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The Biobased Industry Center (BIC) board considered project proposals and updates from Iowa NSF EPSCoR Researchers during its April meeting ...
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Dozens of minority girls were encouraged to take up an interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields during ...
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Iowa State University researchers held an open house for its unique Algal Production Greenhouse in May. The facility will study ...
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As part of Iowa NSF EPSCoR’s broader impacts efforts, community college and Iowa State University administrators spent a day learning ...
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On May 15-16, Iowa State University’s hybrid processing group of Zhiyou Wen, and Laura Jarboe, who are Iowa NSF EPSCoR ...
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Archived Presentations Fermentation for Biobased Fuels and Products (PDF):  Dr. Larry Johnson, Director of Center for Crops Utilization Research and BioCentury ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR’s Broader Impacts hosted a Biofuels Workshop for Community College Faculty Friday, April 26 2013 at the Iowa ...
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Gene Takle, Iowa NSF EPSCoR wind energy researcher and Climate Science Program director at Iowa State University, was involved in ...
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Last year there was the sustainable chair, this year there is the algae crusted head; the student art displayed in ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR wind energy faculty presented at the Iowa Wind Energy Association's (IWEA) 6th Annual Conference March 25-27, 2013.  ...
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Iowa kids interested in STEM will have their pick of camps at the University of Northern Iowa this year. These ...
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The 125th Annual Meeting of the Iowa Academy of Science featured a symposium about the Iowa NSF EPSCoR Project.  Speakers ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR Energy Utilization researcher Ulrike Passe presented twice during the Solar 2013 conference April 16-20, 2013 in Baltimore, ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR co-PI and head of the FLARE Institute Chitra Rajan was honored by the College of Design April ...
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Undergraduate students presented research related to Iowa NSF EPSCoR projects at the Symposium on Undergraduate Research and Creative Expression held ...
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The Iowa State University Leadership through Engineering Academic Diversity (LEAD) Learning Community participated in the “BRL Experience,” organized by Dr ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR is partnering with the University of Iowa Upward Bound Project this summer to hold a six week ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR researchers at Iowa State University, University of Iowa, and University of Northern Iowa will be hosting summer ...
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When John Beghin, professor of economics at Iowa State University, agreed to co-present at an interdisciplinary Request for Proposals (RFP) ...
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Girls from Holmes and Peet Junior High Schools in Cedar Falls, IA attended Girls Exploring Trades & Technology (GETT) March ...
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A research-focused student poster competition will be held at the annual Iowa EPSCoR Annual All-Hands Meeting at the University of ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR Bioenergy Platform Leader Robert C. Brown discusses the merits of thermochemical processing of biomass for the production ...
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Farmers, land managers, and others interested in biomass production attended the 3rd Annual Biomass Crop Production Workshop, Tuesday, March 19, ...
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The science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education efforts of Iowa NSF EPSCoR were on display at the Iowa Capitol ...
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Over 60 people attended an Iowa State University workshop to create a roadmap to commercialize thermochemical processing of biofuels and ...
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Biorenewable Research Laboratory scientists explain biorenewable materials processes to art students during S'More Smash-Up, Jan. 24, 2013 in the Biorenewables ...
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Faculty, staff, and students are invited to the 4th Annual Iowa State University Symposium on Sustainability.  The symposium will be ...
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Iowa NSF EPSCoR researchers held two congressional briefings on Capitol Hill entitled, “Through the Blend Wall or Not: Policy Options ...
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The Iowa Governor's STEM Advisory Council Statewide STEM Summit II will be held Tuesday, March 5, 2013 from 9 a.m ...
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The C6 freestanding figures and web-based game made a “hugely popular” appearance at the First Cedar Valley Family STEM Festival ...
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Iowa State University Art and Design students and faculty gathered in the Biorenewables Research Laboratory (BRL) November 14 for the ...
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For Berni Del Campo, Iowa State University doctoral candidate in mechanical engineering and biofuels, volunteering to share the broader impacts ...
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AMES, IA - Ted Heindel has been appointed project director of Iowa NSF EPSCoR, a project aimed at building Iowa’s ...
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For three weeks this summer, ten middle school science teachers participated in a workshop at Iowa State University to learn ...
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Three Iowa state legislators spent a day and a half learning about biorenewables research in July 2012 as part of ...
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The student poster competition of the All Hands Meeting met success with some 57 posters on display, all covering research ...
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The Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS) mandates volumes biofuels that are to be produced in the U.S. It is becoming apparent, ...
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Some 18 teachers from around Iowa attended a three-week workshop to boost their energy knowledge and improve energy education for ...
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Ames, IA - Ásrún Ýr Kristmundsdóttir has been appointed the Chief Operating Officer for the Iowa National Science Foundation’s Experimental ...
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9-08-11 Contacts: Robert C. Brown, Iowa State University, 515-294-7934, rcbrown@iastate.edu Jordan Cohen, University of Iowa, 319-335-2132, jordan-cohen@uiowa.edu Gloria J. Gibson, ...
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