Laboratory for Applied Science & Research (LASR)
Welcome to LASR
LASR allows University of Idaho and private sector scientists and staff to work collaboratively, addressing the scientific challenges identified as industry priorities. The laboratory is housed at the Jacklin Science and Technology Center in Post Falls and offers state-of-the-art laboratory space, both wet and dry.
What is LASR?
LASR is a not-for-profit corporation (501(c)(3)), established as a separate legal entity for the purpose of supporting research outreach of the University of Idaho.
- LASR will foster applied research and technology transfer in its geographical area, including short term, milestone-driven research and development projects with commercial partners.
- LASR will create additional opportunities for faculty and student participation in research and opportunities for technology transfer into the private sector to support economic growth in the state of Idaho.
- LASR will be an economic driver in the region, creating researcher and technician jobs.
News and Events
Posted Mon, 29 Aug 2016 09:30:00 -0700Idaho NSF EPSCoR has money available to support undergraduate students on projects that are of interest to faculty and/or collaborating stakeholders with thematic relevance to the broad statewide EPSCoR research theme called "Managing Idaho's Landscapes for Ecosystem Services," or MILES. Research efforts could include a range of efforts along the MILES theme relating to computer modeling, environmental science, social science, ecological science, geospatial sciences, visualization, economics, land use planning, and related disciplines.