Connor Jeffries in his video “What’s In the Briefcase?”, the 2015 Most Awesome Video Contest winner
Most Awesome Video Contest 2015
We challenged students to make a short video showing why it’s exciting to study science at the University of Idaho.
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Kennecotts Bingham Canyon Mine
Digging Into the World of Copper
UI professor’s research reveals new patterns in how economically important copper deposits are distributed across the Earth
» Read about Assistant Professor Brian Yanites's new research
Discover Idaho’s Wildflowers with New App
University of Idaho’s Stillinger Herbarium joins Northwest partners to make plant information available to the public
» Learn about Idaho's Wildflower App
A Better Prosthetic
UI biology researcher models complex muscle interactions to help make prosthetic devices less painful
» Read about Craig McGowan's research
Menopause and Microbiomes
Until recently, scientists knew little about which bacteria make up women’s reproductive tracts and influence their health
» Read about Larry Forney's research
Sunrise shining on the University of Idaho Administraion building
2015 University and Science Awards
College of Science faculty receive awards from the University of Idaho and the College of Science
» Congratulations to our faculty
Dr. Tom Bitterwolf was names the class of 2014 AAAS Fellows for his work as a teacher and researcher.
Chemistry in the Classroom
Longtime professor “Doc” Bitterwolf named AAAS Fellow for dedication to teaching, research
» Read about Doc's achievement
Studying the History of Moving Mountains
Geology professor investigates how plate tectonics helped an ancient mountain range disappear
» Learn about the mountain range lost to time
microscopic view of the ebola virus
Confronting Ebola with Computers
New working group uses advanced modeling techniques to understand evolution, spread of deadly virus
» Learn how modeling is helping fight Ebola
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
False-color image of Europa’s trailing northern hemisphere showing numerous ridges (red) and band (light colored) features. Subduction zones may also be present in the study area and are identified by arrows.
Exploring Europa’s Mysteries
Geological sciences professor Simon Kattenhorn discovers evidence of plate tectonics on Jupiter’s icy moon
» Explore Jupiter's Earth-like moon
Teachers practicing using techniques learned during the Making Mathematics Reasoning Explicit program.
Beyond ‘Math Magic’
Teachers in joint UI-WSU program learn new ways to help students understand, apply math.
» Read about the Making Mathematics Reasoning Explicit program
The bottom of gecko's feet.
Discovering Geckos’ Sticky Secrets
Biology and engineering researcher investigates the tiny structures that give geckos their incredible climbing power – helping humans answer evolutionary questions and create high–tech materials.
» Read about the research on geckos' climbing power
Kay ’68 and Sam ’69 Bacharach recipients of the 2014 Jim Lyle award
Kay and Sam Bacharach | Jim Lyle Award
Kay '69 and Sam '68 Bacharach were honored with the Jim Lyle award at a public ceremony March 11 in Arlington, Virginia.
» Read about the Bacharach's volunteer service to UIdaho
THe college of Sceicne students on their way to the Kibbie Dome for Commencement 2014.
2014 College and Department Award Winners
The College of Science and Departmental Awards for the Class of 2014.
» Congratulations to the 2014 award winners!
Sunrise shining on the University of Idaho Administraion building
College of Science Recipients | Excellence Awards
College of Science faculty recognized during the Excellence Awards held on April 29, 2014.
» Congratulations to our faculty
Professor David McIlroy
Big Award for Tiny Research
Physics Professor David McIlroy Recognized with Idaho NSF EPSCoR Award for Work with Nanomaterials
» More about Professor McIlroy's work with nanotechnology
Courntey Creech
Problem-Solving Her Future
Mukilteo, Wash., musician turns math degree into exciting career opportunity starting after graduation.
» Read about Courtney Creech
climate change scientists' base camp in Asia
A High View of Climate Change
UI geography researchers contribute to international studies of climate change
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Megan Paul and Alicia Fink are recipients of the HACH Foundation Scholarship
HACH Foundation Scholarship Recipients in Chemistry
Future high school chemistry teachers, Megan Paul and Alicia Fink, received the HACH Foundation Scholarship, which awards about $6000 per year to each recipient.
» More about Megan and Alicia
A sun glint off the methane see on Staturn's moon Titan
Waves on an Alien World
UI physics researchers find first evidence of waves in Titan’s methane seas
» Read about Professor Jason Barnes's research
Lucas Tate
Studying Statistics Down Under
Statistical Sciences student and professor head to Australia for biostatistics, epidemiology experience
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A volcano on a Galapagos island
Unearthing the Galápagos Story
Geology professor Dennis Geist studies the surprising geology deep beneath the Galápagos Islands
» Read more about Dennis's research
Brian Vo in the lab.
Chemistry Graduate Cooks Up Success in the Lab
University of Idaho chemistry graduate Brian Vo finds success in labs, as a teaching assistant and in published articles.
» Read more about Brian
UI Researchers Help Decode New View of Saturn’s Moon Titan, Contribute to Cassini Mission
A team of NASA researchers around the nation, including Physics Assistant Professor Jason Barnes and his team of students, revealed this week a new view of Saturn’s moon Titan.
» Reab more about Jason Barnes and Matt Hedman's work
Malcolm Renfrew reading about North American birds
Remembering an Icon
Chemistry professor Malcolm M. Renfrew leaves decades-long legacy at University of Idaho
» Read more about Professor Emeritus Renfrew
Pete Fuerst
Reading the Book of the Brain
Pete Fuerst's lab studies the intricate connections of the neural network
» Read more about Pete's research
Rebecca LaVerne Winzer, Goldwater Scholar recipient 2013
Turning Opportunity into Gold(water)
Goldwater Scholar Rebecca LaVerne Winzer uses her research to provide a foundation for future physics success.
» Read more about Rebecca