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Office of Research

Office of Research & Economic Development
vpresearch@uidaho.edu
phone: 208-885-6689

Physical Location
Morrill Hall 105

Mailing Address
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3010
University of Idaho
Moscow, ID 83844-3010

Featured Research

Research at the University of Idaho takes undergraduate and graduate students, staff and faculty all around the world in the pursuit of knowledge. Whether examining photos taken by a NASA satellite of an exotic moon hundreds of millions of miles away or studying a volcano in the Galapagos Islands during a rare eruption, interesting and fun science is only a classroom away. Take some time and explore some of the most unique and inspiring research projects underway at the University of Idaho today.
A green Anole on a log.
Research Reveals Rapid Evolution
UI professor uses DNA-sequencing tools to understand how Florida anoles adapted quickly to invading species
» Read about the green anoles adaption
climate change scientists' base camp in Asia
A High View of Climate Change
UI geography researchers contribute to international studies of climate change
» Learn More about U of I researchers contributions to the study of climate change
Doceo learning center
Teaching for the Future
To prepare current and future teachers for a world of wired classrooms, the University of Idaho has opened the DoceƵ Center for Innovation + Learning
» Learn more about the Doceo Center
Landing a Masterpiece
Artist, UI biologist and statewide community join to help native fishes live on as paper sculptures
» Learn More
Helix image from the STEM computer
Terabytes of Power
New UI Supercomputer Spits Out Solutions To Problems Previously Too Big to Tackle
» Learn more about the University of Idaho's new supercomputer
Helping Native Species Thrive
Find out why Christopher Caudill and a team of researchers from CNR are watching the passage of lamprey through the Lower Columbia dam system.
» Learn More
Coring Site 4, deploying underwater camera
Investigating Aggressive Algae
Idaho EPSCoR researchers study toxic algae bloom conditions at popular north Idaho lake
» Learn more about the study on toxic algae bloom conditions at Fernan Lake
University of Idaho archaeology student working alongside his professor during a dig
Uncovering Campus History
Students and community members dig up the lives of past UI and Moscow residents with the Campus Archaeology Project
» Learn more about the Campus Archaeology Project
aerial view of moscow
A Clear View of Idaho
UI, ISU Partnership Gives Public and Researchers Access to Web-based Idaho Map
» Learn more about the Idaho geographic information systems (GIS)
Rush Creek Point west of Taylor Ranch. Rocks there are intrusive (diorite) unusually rich in iron- and magnesium-bearing minerals. Age is also unusual for the western U.S (650 million years)
Mapping the Wilderness
IGS Celebrates Geologic Map Day with Map of Remote Central Idaho
» Learn more about the new central Idaho map