Articles from June 2020

Wound Healing with Fat Cells diagram 2 - Sander and Ankrum

Sander, Ankrum findings add understanding of fat tissue in healing wounds

A team of University of Iowa scholars led by faculty affiliates with the Iowa Technology Institute released findings this week that expanded the understanding of the role fat tissue plays in healing wounds and may help to uncover and develop fat-related wound healing treatments.
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Iowa Technology Institute researchers forge ahead despite coronavirus setbacks

University of Iowa Technology Institute faculty, staff, and students have found creative ways to forge ahead at a time when COVID-19-related closures have limited access to laboratories and facilities. Some ITI labs have begun ramping back up this month as part of a phased-in, three-tier return to research on campus, while others wait their turn.
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Wu, partners win National Science Foundation grant to develop low-cost, high volume COVID-19 testing technology

Electrical and Computer Engineering professors receive National Science Foundation RAPID grant for novel high-throughput and low-cost COVID-19
testing technologies
Mingyu Cai presenting in France

ITI research assistant wins Graduate College Fellowship

Mingyu Cai won a Graduate College Post-Comprehensive Research Fellowship for the Fall 2020 semester.
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Sen Gupta earns mentorship award from Pomerantz Career Center

An Iowa Technology Institute faculty affiliate has been recognized for her efforts to further career development of University of Iowa students and contributing to the Hawkeye career ecosystem.
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Iowa Technology Institute launches new website, social media channels