The College of Science boasts some of the most sophisticated and groundbreaking research equipment and facilities in the country. Thanks to grants and donations from alumni, agencies and community groups, as a University of Idaho scientist you have access to this equipment and labs throughout the university.
Reproductive Biology research is a top priority for faculty at both Washington State University and the University of Idaho.
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Our freshman chemistry laboratories were among the first institutions in the world to provide LabQuest modules to all students!
This core facility provides equipment for investigators to acquire, analyze and visualize data generated from high throughput methods for genomics. Data analysis and bioinformatics are connected via gigabit Internet to the software and hardware resources of the IBEST Bioinformatics Core.
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The Department of Physics offers many world-class labratories, including: Physical Characterization, Electrical Characterization, Fabrication/Synthesis, Theory/Modeling, Machine Shop, Observatory, Demonstration Room, Micro- and Nanotechnology and a Clean Room
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Our geovisualization facility is equiped with the latest technology for geological data processing and analysis, and 3-D data immersion
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The Department of Mathematics’ bioinformatics group, along with other departments, has recently attracted more than $20 million in multi-year funding. The high-tech Polya Math Learning Center provides an innovative lab experience.
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