Nebullam, Inc., an emerging indoor farming company located in the Iowa State University (ISU) Research Park, announced that it has launched a delivery service of its fresh food products to Central Iowa residents, to ensure that Iowans have access to locally grown lettuce, herbs, and microgreens during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as year-round.
Leading NIAMRRE while maintaining his research lab and teaching work in the ISU College of Veterinary Medicine is a big job that touches on a dizzying range of disciplines and industries from agriculture to health care. But, for Plummer, it all started on the family farm.
Pella Corp., a window and door designer and manufacturer based in Pella, has pledged a $100,000 contribution to help jump-start the “Creators Wanted” campaign — a nationwide effort to reshape America’s perception of manufacturing and confront the industry’s growing skills gap.
The Iowa State University Research Park is pleased to welcome Ag Leader Technology, Inc. as a research park strategic partner.
LilyPad Learning Center was established thirteen years ago in Huxley, Iowa, to provide a safe and reliable care program for children and to ease the minds of parents when bringing their children to a care facility.
ISU President Wendy Wintersteen has transferred oversight of the Iowa State Center to the Department of Athletics and appointed Director of Athletics Jamie Pollard to lead a process to reimagine the Iowa State Center and athletics complex as an arts, culture, and community district for the future.