University of Idaho research is put to work in the real world every day. Here are some of the stories about how our research impacts our region, and the globe.
MOSCOW, Idaho — Dec. 15, 2020 — A joint effort by the Idaho Wheat Commission (IWC) and Limagrain Cereal Seeds® (LCS) helped form a strategic public-private partnership for breeding wheat with the University of Idaho, the first of its kind in the Pacific Northwest. Read More »
A Midwest-based company recently licensed a new, herbicide-resistant winter canola variety developed by retired University of Idaho plant breeder Jack Brown and colleagues as a new tool for wheat growers. Read More »
POCATELLO – Idaho wheat industry leaders believe a new wheat variety called “UI Cookie” could have significant potential for a lot of the state’s grain farmers. The new variety was developed at the University of Idaho Research and Extension wheat breeding center in Aberdeen by researcher Jianli Chen and it has been licensed by the Idaho Wheat Commission. Read More »
The University of Idaho’s pioneering agreement with Limagrain Cereal Seeds that forged links between the two in marketing and developing wheat varieties will return $75,000 to the university this year, said Frank Curtis, the company’s executive vice president. Read More »
The University of Idaho (U of I) has a research and teaching facility located at the Idaho Falls Center, a short drive from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Idaho National Laboratory (INL) in Idaho Falls, Idaho. U of I and INL researchers have been collaborating for many years due in part to their close physical proximity and because of their similar research interests in nuclear engineering, safety and security, heat transfer and carbon management. Additionally, U of I and INL have partnered with Boise State University and Idaho State University to create the Center for Advanced Energy Studies, a research, education, and innovation consortium providing the multi-institutional expertise and state-of-the-art facilities. Read More »