ISU News: College of Science and Engineering
Idaho State Alum’s Company, Sepion Technologies, Named 1 of 10 Start-ups to Watch
January 29, 2023
A company co-founded by an Idaho State University grad is one start-up you should be keeping your eye on, according to the American Chemical Society.
Mustafa Mashal Selected as Center for Advanced Energy Studies Associate Director
January 23, 2023
Idaho State University Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Mustafa Mashal has been named ISU’s associate director at the Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES).
Petex Donates Over $2.7 Million in Software to Idaho State University Department of Geosciences
December 13, 2022
Geosciences students and faculty at Idaho State University can get their hands on some of the industry’s state-of-the-art software thanks to a donation by Petroleum Experts (Petex).
Micronutrient Research at Idaho State University May Help Combat Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria
December 8, 2022
How the human body can gain the upper hand in its battle with bacteria for micronutrients is the focus of some new research by an Idaho State University biologist.
Idaho State University Geologists Awarded NSF Grant to Study 2 Billion Year Gap in Earth’s History
November 10, 2022
Two Idaho State University scientists and their students are tackling a research project that will tell us more about the greatest of gaps in our understanding of Earth’s geologic history.
Idaho State Students Return from Research Experiences at Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History, South Africa
October 19, 2022
A pair of paleontology students are back on the Idaho State University campus after their world-class research experiences.
Idaho State Professor’s Research Details “Microbial Conveyor Belt” Beneath Atlantic Ocean
October 13, 2022
The intersection of biology and geology is the subject of a new publication by an Idaho State University professor.
Book on Specialized Nuclear Reactors Edited by Idaho State Professor Published
October 7, 2022
A book edited by an Idaho State University professor addressing some unique nuclear reactors is now in print.