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What’s Water Really Worth?
Posted: Friday, November 21 2008
Nov. 21, 2008 Written by Ken Kingery MOSCOW, Idaho – Idaho scientists and policy makers have a new tool to help make decisions when it comes to the state’s valuable water resources, as well as to help predict possible climate change effects. But you won’t find it anywhere in a field or on a river. Instead, it’s posted for anyone to use on the University of Idaho’s Idaho Water Resources Research In...
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Research | News Release | Idaho Water Resources Research Institute
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CSI: Moscow
Posted: Friday, January 16 2009
Jan. 16, 2009 Photo is available at www.today.uidaho.edu/PhotoList.aspx Written by Ken Kingery MOSCOW, Idaho – Move over, Gil Grissom. CSI – or Crime Scene Investigators – has arrived in Moscow. But the characters aren’t part of a fictional television show, and they’re playing for keeps. Taking center stage in this unscripted drama is a brand new gas chromatography-mass spectrometer (GC/MS) recent...
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Science | Chemistry | Research | News Release
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Student Research into Meth Addiction Puzzle Earns National Research Award
Posted: Wednesday, January 21 2009
Jan. 21, 2009 Photo is available at www.today.uidaho.edu/PhotoList.aspx Written by Ken Kingery MOSCOW, Idaho – Modeling how antibodies, methamphetamine and the human brain interact can be a complicated business. But Sarahi Ramirez persevered; the University of Idaho senior’s research recently earned national honors and affirmed her decision to focus on research. Born and raised in Mexico, Ramirez ...
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Science on Tap: The ABC’s of a Most Common Infection: HCMV
Posted: Thursday, January 29 2009
Jan. 29, 2009 Written by Ken Kingery COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - It is the most common viral infection present at birth in the United States and causes one child to become disabled every single hour. Every year, 8,000 children suffer permanent disabilities due to this one virus. The virus is the Human Cytomegalovirus – or HCMV – and if you’ve never heard of it, you’re not alone. Even though 50 to 90 pe...
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Mini-Medical School Offers Women’s Health Focus for General Public
Posted: Wednesday, February 4 2009
Feb. 4, 2009 Written by Ken Kingery Weekly Boise Presentation Will Be Telecast Statewide BOISE, Idaho – Women’s health is the topic for the seventh annual Idaho WWAMI Mini-Medical School. The educational series is supported by the University of Washington School of Medicine and the University of Idaho, through their partnership in the Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho Medical Educatio...
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University of Idaho Conservation Science Students Help Local Landowners Conserve Species
Posted: Wednesday, February 18 2009
Feb. 18, 2009 Photo available at www.today.uidaho.edu/PhotoList.aspx Written by Sue McMurray MOSCOW, Idaho – American Idol’s harshest judge, tired of human caterwauling, perhaps would find welcome relief in the blend of harmonies produced by the American kestrel, western meadowlark and 26 other bird species that frequent Ten Mile Creek Ranch. Located on the Snake River south of Lewiston, the ranc...
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Natural Resources | Lisette Waits | Lee Vierling | Conservation Social Sciences | News Release
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Science on Tap Coeur d’Alene: Pain, the Brain and the Unexplained
Posted: Tuesday, February 24 2009
Feb. 24, 2009 Written by Ken Kingery MOSCOW, Idaho – Everyone has experienced pain at one time or another, yet it is different for each individual. While science has learned a great deal about the physiology behind this most intense of human sensations, science cannot yet explain the psychology that often seems to exist in direct contradiction. Insights into how...
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Teaching Ceramics in the World's Top Pottery Country
Posted: Thursday, March 5 2009
March 5, 2009 Written by Amy Huddleston MOSCOW, Idaho – China’s roots in the ceramic arts are strong and deep. For thousands of years, Chinese artisans have developed and mastered techniques and artistry that has set the standard of excellence in ceramics throughout the world. To teach ceramics in this country, one must truly be a master of the art form. Ceramics have been Joe Zeller's passio...
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Art & Architecture | Studio Art and Design, B.F.A | Art, B.A. | News Release
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