ISU News: College of Science and Engineering
Sweet Concrete: Idaho State Researchers Develop Greener Building Materials Using Sugar Processing Waste Products
November 27, 2023
If you want to make more sustainable and environmentally friendly concrete, you’re going to need some sugar. Sort of.
Veteran Student Services Center Salutes Student Veterans
November 9, 2023
In celebration of Veteran's Day, we are honored to highlight a few of the students who found benefit in utilizing the Veteran Student Services Center.
Idaho State University Paleontology Professor Featured on PBS' NOVA
November 8, 2023
An Idaho State University paleontologist has been featured on one of the nation’s premier science television shows.
Idaho State Professor, Student Return from 9-Day Research Expedition on the Pacific Ocean
November 2, 2023
Ask Rhys Ellis if he’d spend another nine days at sea, and you’ll get an enthusiastic answer.
KillerTomato: Viruses Discovered by Idaho State Students May Yield New Treatments for Antibiotic-resistant Bacteria
October 26, 2023
There’s a KillerTomato lurking on the grounds of Idaho State University. Not to fear, though, this cold-blooded killer is only looking for victims of the bacterial variety.
Haunted Science Laboratory Opens to the Public on Oct. 28 from 4 to 9 p.m.
October 19, 2023
Kids of all ages are invited to see the not-so-spooky side of science just before Halloween.
Volunteers Needed for ISU Physics' Haunted Science Laboratory
September 29, 2023
The Idaho State University Department of Physics needs your help with one of the area’s most popular Halloween attractions.
Mapping the Moon: Research Tackles Volcanoes on Other Worlds, Lunar Navigation
September 18, 2023
Two Idaho State University professors hope the volcanic features around East Idaho can answer some questions about their otherworldly counterparts.
Using Recycled Tires for Building Construction Research at Idaho State University Shows Promise
September 12, 2023
For Idaho State University Associate Professor Mustafa Mashal and Alumnus Mahesh Mahat, the calculations for designing a structure are intensely personal.