ISU News: Research
CAES announces participants in Summer Visiting Faculty Program including four from ISU
The Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES) Leadership team is pleased to announce the selected participants for the 2020 CAES Summer Visiting Faculty Program (CSVFP). Those participants include Idaho State University's Amir Ali, Daniel LaBrier, Anna McCarrey and Irene van Woerden.
April 2, 2020
Center for Advanced Energy Studies hosts online "Solve Climate by 2030" panel April 7
Idaho State University's Linda Engle among panelists
March 25, 2020
Clarity Pharmaceuticals signs copper-67 supply agreement with ISU Idaho Accelerator Center
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – Clarity Pharmaceuticals, a radiopharmaceutical company focused on the treatment of serious disease, is pleased to announce the signing of a Product Supply Agreement with the Idaho State University Idaho Accelerator Center (IAC) for the production and commercial supply of copper-67 (Cu-67).
By By Andrew Taylor, Assistant Marketing Director | March 12, 2020
Underrepresented college students benefit more from ‘active learning’ techniques in STEM courses
Idaho State's Brandon Peecook was a co-author on the study as a UW doctoral student
By University of Washington | March 10, 2020
Office of Research grant writing workshop attracts large audience
More than 50 ISU faculty and staff participated in the March 3 “Write Winning Grant Proposals” full-day workshop sponsored by the ISU Office for Research. The workshop occurred in the Pond Student Union Wood River Suites and was also broadcast to researchers at ISU's Meridian campus.
March 3, 2020
ISU Research Office awards more than $51,000 through Small Grant Program; 2020 proposals due March 1
POCATELLO – Idaho State University’s Office for Research recently awarded more than $51,000 to researchers across campus through the University’s Internal Small Grant (ISG) program and proposals for the spring 2020 ISG program competition are due to Sponsored Programs and Support by March 1.
February 27, 2020
ISU Professor Finney co-authors study supporting theory earliest North American humans arrived by ocean route
POCATELLO – A study co-authored by Idaho State University Professor Bruce Finney bolsters the argument that more than 15,000 years ago that the first humans who traveled to North America used a coastal route, traveling by boat, as opposed to traveling from the north, walking over a land bridge and then southward between the large retreating glaciers.
By Andrew Taylor, Assistant Marketing Director | February 19, 2020
Idaho GEM3 project focusing on trout and sagebrush aims to produce new scientists
POCATELLO – The $20 million GEM3 grant engaging researchers from public universities throughout Idaho is expansive in its scope of studying two iconic Idaho species, sagebrush and redband trout, and along the way it hopes to encourage students to choose a career path in science.
By Andrew Taylor, Assistant Marketing Director | February 11, 2020
'Science of Science Writing' panel discussion set Feb. 27 at Center for Advanced Energy Studies
The Center for Advanced Energy Studies CAES will host a panel discussion on journal writing from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on Feb. 27 in the CAES Auditorium.
February 4, 2020
Petroleum Experts donate MOVEModeling software worth more than $2.5 million to Idaho State University Geosciences department
POCATELLO – Petroleum Experts Limited has donated the equivalent of more than $2.5 million in oil and gas-industry software for use by the Idaho State University Department of Geosciences that will be used by ISU researchers working on a National Science Foundation grant and for teaching of advanced graduate-level geosciences courses.
By By Andrew Taylor, Assistant Marketing Director | January 31, 2020