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Photo of Jon Stoner at the podium during the Idaho Innovation Awards

Idaho State University wins Idaho Innovation Award for medical isotopes project

October 30, 2017

BOISE – Idaho State University’s Cu-67 technology developed at the Idaho Accelerator Center was named Early Stage Innovation of the Year at the 2017 Idaho Innovation Awards presented by Stoel Rives.

'Genetic Tools for Species Conservation' — Phi Kappa Phi Scholarly Lecture on Thursday, Oct. 26 at ISU

October 25, 2017

POCATELLO — Janet L. Loxterman, associate professor and assistant chair of the Idaho State University Department of Biological Sciences, will present the annual Phi Kappa Phi Scholarly Lecture "Genetic Tools for Species Conservation" at 7 p.m. Oct. 26 in the Salmon River Suite of the Pond Student Union on the campus of Idaho State University, and the community is invited to attend.

Photo of six students who helped with diabetes research.

Idaho State University researchers Robert Holman, Kenneth Rodnick publish research on diabetes

October 20, 2017

POCATELLO – Chemistry Professor Robert Holman and Biological Sciences Professor Kenneth Rodnick, two researchers from Idaho State University, conducted interdisciplinary research in order to further understand the early chemical processes involved with diabetic complications.

ISU nursing professor Mary Nies receives $50,000 award to study prediabetes in Idaho’s Latino population

October 17, 2017

POCATELLO-Idaho State University professor and director of nursing research, Mary Nies, is the recipient of a $50,000 funding award to study diabetes prevention in Idaho’s rural Latino communities.

Photo of Jon Stoner and Tim Gardner, ISU researchers, with medical isotopes sample.

ISU’s Jon Stoner named 2017 Idaho Innovation Awards finalist

October 16, 2017

BOISE — Idaho State University’s Jon Stoner is among the finalists for the 12th annual Idaho Innovation Awards, which will be presented Oct. 24 at an awards presentation at Boise Centre held during the Idaho Technology Council’s eighth annual Hall of Fame.

Photo of two student researchers in front of their research poster at EPSCOR meeting

Idaho NSF EPSCoR annual meeting hosted at ISU; participants exploring research on how cities grow out into rural areas

October 12, 2017

POCATELLO – Researchers are discussing how mid-sized cities grow out into rural areas at the Idaho National Science Foundation EPSCoR annual meeting being hosted at Idaho State University this week.

ISU Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Keith Reinhardt, right, and ISU biological sciences master's student Steven Augustine in the ISU Plant Sciences Laboratory.

ISU Professor Keith Reinhardt contributes, co-authors paper on what kills trees during drought that appeared in journal Nature Ecology and Evolution

September 27, 2017

POCATELLO – Idaho State University Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Keith Reinhardt contributed to and co-authored a paper published in the journal Nature Ecology, and Evolution about what kills tree during drought that received wide spread attention in scientific outlets.

Photo of Peter Sheridan and Black Isaacs, partners in research.

Idaho State University teams up with partners to protect crops against molds

September 26, 2017

POCATELLO – Idaho State University researcher Peter Sheridan and his partners at Idaho Hydro Tech (IHT) and Boise State University are teaming up on green technology to protect stored potatoes and other crops from molds and, potentially, other pathogens.

Professor Mashal with students posing at the Structural Laboratory at the Engineering Researh Complex

ISU Structural Dynamics Laboratory can test ability of structures to withstand earthquakes

September 21, 2017

POCATELLO – The Idaho State University Engineering Research Complex’s Structural Dynamics Laboratory can test the ability of structures to withstand earthquakes.

Photo of Jonathon Swift

ISU Department of Psychology secures $50,871 grant to study spirituality and psychotherapy

September 21, 2017

POCATELLO – Idaho State University’s Department of Psychology received a $50,871 grant from Brigham Young University to study psychotherapy with the integration of spirituality in treatment.