In support of Iowa State University's land-grant mission to spread knowledge beyond campus walls, the Iowa State University Digital Press aims to:

  • Facilitate broad dissemination of knowledge through Open Access publishing and promotion;
  • Provide increased opportunities for Iowa State University faculty, students, and staff to share their research;
  • Publish quality scholarship in alignment with the university's curricular and research strengths; and
  • Diversify the voices, identities, and perspectives represented in the published record.

The Digital Press hosts and publishes journals, conference proceedings, books, and textbooks in disciplines represented in Iowa State University's curricular and research programs. Materials published through the press are open access upon publication.


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Meat and Muscle Biology Journal Update

Dec 04, 2019 · Elisabeth Huff-Lonergan

Call for Submissions—Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis: Navigating Barriers and Offering Alternative Educational Opportunities

Nov 17, 2019 · Katie Anthony

“And just because you have colleges and universities doesn't mean you have education.”
-Malcolm X

2019 Animal Industry Reports Now Available!

Sep 27, 2019

AMES, Iowa – The 2019 Iowa State University Animal Industry Report is now available online. The annual report, begun in 2004, features a variety of animal industry-related research and study done at Iowa State that is supported by the Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station. The report is coordinated through the animal science department.

Case Study: Is It Time for an NPIP like Program for the US Pork Industry?

Aug 28, 2019

A study was commissioned in 2018 with the aim of seeking a more in-depth understanding of the National Poultry Improvement Plan (NPIP) and assessing the potential for an NPIP like program to support the US pork industry (i.e., US Swine Health Improvement Plan).



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