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Kristi Moser-McIntire Named Deputy Associate Director for CAES

March 6, 2023

Become an Idaho Science and Technology Policy Fellowship (ISTP) Fellow

February 9, 2023

Two researchers in a laboratory

ISU Student Wins NASA Idaho Space Grant Consortium Internship to Research Extremophiles in Deep Ocean

August 8, 2022

A summer research project by an Idaho State University student may give us some insight into what life might look like across the cosmos. 

Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research

April 25, 2022

Five Named Outstanding Researchers

March 31, 2022

Five Idaho State University faculty members have been selected to receive the 2022 Outstanding Researcher Awards.

Two students in a lab

ISU Professor Develops Way to Detect, Remove Precious Metals from Wastewater

March 10, 2022

An Idaho State University chemist and a pair of students have found a new way to chemically remove metal from wastewater. 

ISU Research Office awards more than $78,000 through Small Grant Program

February 10, 2022

Kristen Lane in her laboratory

Idaho State University Biologist Awarded $1.5 Million National Institutes of Health Grant to Fight Malaria

February 1, 2022

An Idaho State University researcher is getting a big boost to battle one of the world’s most deadly parasites.   Recently, Dr. Kristin Lane, Assistant Professor of Molecular Microbiology and Biochemistry, was awarded a $1.5 million New Innovator Award from the National Institutes of Health to study Plasmodium falciparum, the most deadly of the parasites that cause malaria.

Reporting Significant Financial Conflict of Interest When Applying for Grants

January 28, 2022

Idaho State University Professor Dustin McNulty holds a particle detector system created in his lab. The detector helped measure the neutron skin thickness of Calcium-48 to within .025 millionths of a nanometer.

Idaho State Professor Helps Measure Size of Calcium-48 Nucleus to Accuracy of 25 Billionths of a Nanometer

November 22, 2021

The imperceptibly small is the subject of research by Idaho State University Professor Dustin McNulty.