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Grants Fund Research Experiences for Pocatello High School Teachers with ISU Biologists

August 3, 2022

Thanks to a pair of grants from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trusts, two Pocatello High School teachers are getting two summer’s worth of research experience with a couple of Idaho State University professors.

Vitit Kantabutra

ISU Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Named to Editorial Board of New Research Journal

July 28, 2022

An Idaho State University Professor has been named to the editorial board of one of the newest research journals in the field of high performance computing. 

LJ Krumenacker

Prehistoric Lobster Named after Idaho State University Paleontologist

July 6, 2022

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Idaho State University Student Wins Best Research Paper Award at i-ETC Conference

June 30, 2022

An Idaho State University student took home top honors for his research paper on how a mobile game could help solve real-world problems. 

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Idaho State University Receives Over $1 Million in Grants from Nuclear Regulatory Commission

June 22, 2022

The students and faculty of Idaho State University’s Department of Nuclear Engineering are getting a big boost from the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

Physics Department to Host Free Water Rocket Festival June 25 and 26

June 21, 2022

Devaleena Pradhan poses for a photo with Bluebanded goby fish in her lab.

Biology Professor Earns Prestigious NSF CAREER Grant

June 15, 2022

An Idaho State University researcher is taking home one of the National Science Foundation’s most sought-after awards.

Leif Tapanila and Ashley Ferguson

Idaho State University Ph.D. Student and Professor’s Research Details Rare Prehistoric Turtle Eggs

May 11, 2022

When it comes to fossils, finding any kind of eggs is like striking gold. So when paleontologists find prehistoric turtle eggs, it’s like they’ve found a diamond. Now, an Idaho State University student and a professor are detailing their jewel of a discovery in a new paper. 

Rene Rodriguez

Dr. René Rodriguez Named Associate Dean of ISU’s College of Science and Engineering

May 9, 2022

Idaho State University Graduates First Students with MS in Computer Science, Ph.D. with Computer Science Concentration

May 2, 2022

A pair of Idaho State University students will be going down in the history books as the first graduates to earn two advanced degrees from the Department of Computer Science.