ISU News: Research
ISU biological science students study cutthroat trout, gain research experience through MURI program
POCATELLO – Idaho State University junior Megan Brauner had the opportunity to assist graduate student Tyson Hallbert with his doctoral project on habitat restoration for native cutthroat trout in Southeast Idaho and present her research at the Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research (ICUR).
By By Kirsten Cooper, CPI Intern | August 16, 2017
Local prep students gain hands-on chemistry lab research experience through Project SEED at Idaho State University
POCATELLO – Though many aspiring scientists don’t get the chance to perform lab research until they enter college, eight Southeast Idaho high school students had the opportunity to work in Idaho State University’s chemistry labs this summer thanks to the American Chemical Society’s (ACS) Project SEED.
By Kirsten Cooper, MarCom Career Path Intern | August 9, 2017
Ribbon-cutting ceremony for Idaho State University’s Research Data Center set for Aug. 16
POCATELLO – Idaho State University’s Office for Research will host a ribbon-cutting for ISU’s new Research Data Center (RDC) on Aug. 16 at 9:30 a.m. in the Lillibridge Engineering Building on the Pocatello campus.
By By Kirsten Cooper, MarCom CPI | August 8, 2017
Idaho State University undergrad Erin Sandmeyer gains experience working on NASA research projects
POCATELLO – Idaho State University senior Erin Sandmeyer has enjoyed her opportunity to conduct field research for NASA this summer at the Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve.
By By Kirsten Cooper, MarCom Career Path Intern | August 7, 2017
ISU's Shannon Kobs Nawotniak joining NASA, NOAA for underwater volcano study with implications for space travel
POCATELLO – Idaho State University geosciences Assistant Professor Shannon Kobs Nawotniak is joining a NASA and NOAA study of underwater volcanoes that has implications for searching for life on a distant moon.
August 7, 2017
ISU professor Xu, graduate student Tart-Zelvin publish article on love at Scientific American online
POCATELLO – Idaho State University psychology Professor Xiaomeng (Mona) Xu and clinical doctoral candidate, Ariana Tart-Zelvin, recently had their article “What Goes On in Our Brains When We Are in Love?” published online by Scientific American magazine.
August 1, 2017
ISU undergrad Jeremy Starkey, a MILES and MURI researcher, is working with beetles to improve ecosystems
POCATELLO – Jeremy Starkey, an undergraduate researcher in the Idaho State University Department of Biology Sciences, has been researching how the Carrion Beetle has a connection to the development of more nutrient-rich soil.
July 26, 2017
ISU physics Professor Ed Tatar working on mega-science neutrino experiment; groundbreaking set July 21
POCATELLO – Idaho State University physics Professor Ed Tatar and his students are participating in a global mega-science experiment involving 1,000 other researchers from 30 countries who are studying neutrinos, which are subatomic particles with most unusual properties.
July 19, 2017
Idaho State University researchers coordinate multi-nation studies of the benefits ecological systems provide
POCATELLO – Idaho State University is coordinating studies by researchers in Idaho and from around the world that examine how different societies in different ecosystems understand the economic and other benefits ecosystems provide.
July 3, 2017
Idaho State University, Fi-Ber Sports to test hockey skate protector using $111K Idaho Global Entrepreneurial Mission grant
POCATELLO – Researchers at Idaho State University are building a machine to fire hockey pucks at 100 miles per hour at hockey skate protective gear to test a product designed by Fi-Ber Sports, Inc. in Boise.
June 30, 2017