ISU News: Research
ISU student awarded graduate research fellowship to analyze obsidian in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks
April 19, 2021
INL, partner offering virtual workshop series on Fission Battery Initiative to CAES faculty
Idaho National Laboratory and the National University Consortium are organizing a virtual workshop series focused on topics related to the Fission Battery Initiative.
December 16, 2020
ISU international post-doc fellow perseveres in studying snow-rain transition zones despite pandemic
POCATELLO – It can be kind of hard doing field work in the mountains of the American west from California to Wyoming when you are stuck in Zurich, Switzerland, working remotely because of the coronavirus pandemic. Epic wildfires of historic proportions don’t help, either. And then there are just a whole lot of other things 2020 can throw at you.
By Andrew Taylor, Assistant Director of Marketing | December 1, 2020
ISU physics Professor McNulty gets $539k grant to support students, researchers to study fundamental nuclear structure
POCATELLO – Idaho State University’s Dustin McNulty, associate professor of physics, has received a $539,000 three-year grant that will continue to support his lab’s students and research that “will enhance our understanding of fundamental nuclear structure and provide a powerful search for potential new physics beyond our present knowledge.”
By Andrew Taylor, Assistant Director of Marketing | November 24, 2020
Physics lab opens doors for Idaho State undergraduate Alec Lepisto
POCATELLO – Among the lessons that Idaho State senior Alec Lepisto is learning working in physics Associate Professor Dustin McNulty’s lab is a physicist just can’t be a physicist.
By Andrew Taylor, Assistant Director of Markeing | November 24, 2020
Idaho State University one of a few to implement 3D bioprinting
Researchers employ innovative technology in drug research
By McKenzie Dalley, Career Path Intern | November 20, 2020
ISU doctoral student Stuart Parker wins best student geologic map competition at GSA 2020
POCATELLO – Idaho State University geosciences doctoral student Stuart Parker won the Best Student Geologic Map Competition at the Geological Society of America 2020 Annual Meeting held in early November.
By Andrew Taylor, Assistant Director of Marketing | November 16, 2020
ISU civil engineering students Kerr and Shokrgozar among top-five finalists at ASBI competition
POCATELLO – Idaho State University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering students Samantha Kerr, a senior undergraduate, and Ali Shokrgozar, a doctoral candidate, were selected among the five finalists for the American Segmental Bridge Institute (ASBI) Research Project competition at a virtual convention this fall.
By Saroj Lamichhane, COSE Marketing Intern | November 10, 2020
ISU Social Work to host virtual workshop addressing the topic of sexuality in clinical practice
POCATELLO — Idaho State’s Social Work program will host a virtual workshop on Nov. 13, exploring the topic of sexuality in clinical practice.
November 4, 2020
ISU doctoral student Xavier Jenkins credited with discovery of 220-million-year-old reptile
POCATELLO – Over 220-million-years-ago, burrowed deep in the ground of what is now Arizona’s Petrified Forest National Park, lived the Skybalonyx. Though the Skybalonyx predates most dinosaurs, it was only recently discovered by Xavier Jenkins, an Idaho State University biological sciences doctoral student.
By Tori Parks, Marketing Career Path Intern | October 29, 2020