Articles in GPSA/Science Technology and Research
Two University of Idaho students have been selected for the 2014 Avista-Waters of the West Scholarship, an interdisciplinary scholarship program funded by Avista Utilities and offered through the UI Environmental Science and Water Resource Programs.
Hired in 1961, Jean’ne Shreeve, university distinguished professor and research faculty in the Department of Chemistry, has worked at University of Idaho longer than any other faculty member.
Dennis Geist, University of Idaho geology professor since 1990, has been working in the Galapagos Islands for the entirety of his 30-year career.
Beetle-killed biofuel to innovation – University of Idaho researchers and their partners seek to create renewable biofuel from beetle-killed trees
Efforts to discover and utilize renewable energy have been increasing in the last few years, creating opportunities around the nation, said Jay O’Laughlin, professor in the College of Natural Resources.
Expanding research opportunities — IRIC aims to create an integrated research laboratory, provide space
Students, staff and professors got a first look at architecture and design plans for the new Integrated Research Innovation Center at an open house design forum, Wednesday.
The beginning of a new school year brought responsibilities for Kate Cobb, the president of the Graduate & Professional Student Association.
Unlike ASUI, many students may never hear about Graduate & Professional Student Association — GPSA.
A line of nerve cells pop with color as John Nuhn, a psychology student, studies a small sliver of mice retina while darkness engulfs him.
The science behind sports-related concussions will be discussed at “Science on Tap” April 16at the Moose Lodge.
For the past three years Von P. Walden has been part of a team conducting research in the ice covered country of Greenland. Walden and his team are trying to find a correlation between clouds …
The University of Idaho Information Technology Services Help Desk, along with Student Computing Services, now offers a software hosting service called VLab to UI students.
Grad students, professors team up to tackle remote climate research with mules, tree harnesses and new sensor network
The library’s new theses and dissertations database catalogues work done by Vandal alumni.
On the way to the Idaho Commons on Line Street a new sign can be seen that states, “Site of Proposed Building” with the name “Integrated Research and Innovation Center” written on it, along with …
Two University of Idaho students won awards in the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2012 Innovations in Fuel Cycle Research competition.
University of Idaho graduate student Alex Patthoff and his wife went looking for a new direction — and they found one in Moscow.
Patthoff, who studies geological studies, has spent his time at UI with professor …
Twenty-five University of Idaho undergraduate students shoot experimental capsules 90,000 feet into the atmosphere each semester — no big deal. But the student-led class broke ground this semester with its plan for a live payload.
Hands-on, real world experience is invaluable to an engineering student according to Matt Doyle, marketing and communications manager for Boise-based engineering company iO DuPont, Inc.
A team of four University of Idaho engineering senior design students …
Jan Boll is a man with a vision of greater interdisciplinary collaboration within University of Idaho faculty and a passion for his students. These qualities named Boll director of Environmental Science, Water Resources and Professional …