The Graduate College will be offering four, one-hour workshops that will allow you to develop your Career Plan. They will be introducing the Cyclone Strategy.
The second round of awards in the Presidential Initiative for Interdisciplinary Research will help build four big data research teams and launch major projects in digital agriculture and intelligent text analysis.
A new working group, the Efficient Computing Workflow group, is forming in the Statistics Department. If you want to improve the efficiency of your code, this may be the workgroup for you ! A lightweight text editor, Vim, will be presented.
Lee Altenberg will visit next week as a part of the BCB faculty cluster hire the College of LAS has granted to our program.
The Program for Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) was founded in 1986 by a group of ISU faculty and staff concerned about the underrepresentation and underutilization of women in science and engineering.
Both of the Conference Chairs for this year's ISMB conference in Orlando, July 8-12, have taken part in BCB sponsored symposia at Iowa State. Also, the overseer of the poster session is Iddo Friedberg, new BCB faculty member in VMPM
AMES, Iowa — A recent study about the college experience by the American Institute for Economic Research named Ames as the top-ranked college town in the United States, with Iowa City following in third place.
Every year the Iowa Energy Center selects four leaders in energy research and innovation, one for each of our main focus areas: bioenergy, education and outreach, energy efficiency and renewable energy. Two of the 2015 winners are members of Iowa State’s College of Engineering faculty.
Spring 2016 Courses to Consider
EEOB 590B-TH Macroevolution & Lineage Diversification, 2 credit seminar
Instructor: Tracy Heath, EEOB, 243 Bessey Hall; email: email@example.com
Sweta Roy, a BCB student in Julie Kuhlman's lab, was recently awarded a one year AAUW International Fellowship. Julie is a BCB faculty member in the GDCB Department.
What it could mean for human health...
Story by Fred Love, ISU News Service
Iddo Friedberg, BCB faculty member in the VMPM department, has been elected to the Board of Directors for the International Society of Computational Biology (ISCB).
BCB's new Predictive Plant Phenomics Specialization
Dan Nettleton, Statistics
Dan, a BCB faculty member in the Statistics Department, received the Distinguished Professor award ...
Krishna Rajan, BCB faculty member in the Materials Science and Engineering Department, is moving to the State University of New York in Buffalo to accept a position as Department Chair of a new BCB-related department. Pictured in the news piece, are Krishna and Drena Dobbs, BCB faculty member in GDCB, interacting at a BCB Poster Presentation. Congratulations, Krishna. We will miss you !
Dan Nettleton, BCB faculty member in the Statistics Department has received the LAS Award for Outstanding Achievement in Research. Congratulations, Dan !
Congratulations to BCB faculty member, Drena Dobbs, from the GDCB Department, who has been
Congratulations to BCB faculty member, Dan Nettleton, from the Statistics Department, who has been awarded a Distinguished Professor award in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
AMES, Iowa - Research teams led by Edward Yu of Iowa State University and the Ames Laboratory have described the structures of two proteins they believe pump antibiotics from bacteria, allowing the bacteria to resist medications.
Iowa State University's Plant Sciences Institute (PSI) has awarded funding to investigators in three colleges in an effort to stimulate high-risk, high-reward research in the plant sciences.
The Early Achievement Research Award was presented to Amy Toth, an assistant professor in ecology, evolution and organismal biology. Since 2011, Toth has published 14 scientific articles, many in top-ranked journals. She also has received four major federal grants totaling $1.6 million.
The Outstanding Research Award was presented to Fredric Janzen, a professor in ecology, evolution and organismal biology. Janzen is recognized worldwide as an authority in reptile evolutionary ecology and the consequences of environmental change on aspects of reptilian biology.