The Optical Imaging Center provides state-of-the-art microscopes, microdissection and image analysis systems, as well as expert advice and training.
The Electron Microscopy Center is a multidisciplinary facility providing the university community with the tools to facilitate research at the molecular level.
Significant competitive strengths exist within the University of Idaho in the research areas of biotechnology, advanced materials and processes, water, transportation, aquaculture and microelectronics. The university has cultivated these strengths into a group of nationally recognized interdisciplinary centers and institutes focusing on research problems of state, regional, and national interests.
ARI coordinates research among higher education institutions and industries in Idaho to assist both commercial and conservation aquaculture in the state and the region
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The Institute for Bioinformatics and Evolutionary Studies (IBEST) is an interdisciplinary research group at the University of Idaho focused on understanding the patterns and processes of evolution that occur over comparatively short periods of time.
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IWRRI supports and directs water research for the state of Idaho and the region. Over 80 faculty from five colleges are involved in the institutes interdisciplinary research in water quality, water supply and water management.
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EPSCoR represents a federal-state partnership to enhance the science and engineering research, education, and technology capabilities of states that traditionally have received smaller amounts of federal R&D funds.
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IGS collects, interprets, and disseminates geologic and mineral data for the state of Idaho. Members of the Idaho Geological Survey staff acquire geologic information through field and laboratory investigations and through cooperative programs with other governmental and private agencies.
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