Other Shared Resources
Core Facility Name: ARI Nutritional Service Center
Director/Manager: Dr. Brian Small
Contact information: 208-837-9096, firstname.lastname@example.org
Website address: uidaho.edu/research/entities/aquaculture
The ARI Nutritional Service Center began as a natural extension of the Aquaculture Research Institute, which provides contractual research in all areas of fish nutrition and physiology. In 2015, it became an established University of Idaho service center, providing analytical nutritional services and expert consulting in the area of fish feeds and ingredients to both internal and external customers. While that remains a significant part of our mission, we have grown into a trusted provider of an array of nutritional services for customers with broad needs, whether it be feed and ingredient analysis or the nutritional composition of animal and insect tissues. Our quality nutritional services provide an incredible value backed by an internationally recognized aquaculture nutrition program.
Core Facility Name: College of Natural Resources' (CNR) Aquatic Animal Laboratory (CNR-AAL)
Director/Manager: Director, Dr. Kenneth Cain, Lab Manager, Dorah Mtui
Website address: Coming Soon
The College of Natural Resources; Aquatic Animal Laboratory (CNR-AAL) support research activities and training on Aquaculture, Fish Health and Aquatic sciences. The facility comprises 3200 sq. feet of experimental space with an open large area for general fish care and large scale experiments, 4 isolation rooms, storage areas for tools, and freezers for samples and fish feed. The facility is supplied with specific pathogen free (SPF) dechlorinated municipal water available on-demand at ambient, chilled or heated temperature. Each isolation room has independently controlled personnel access and programmable light (photoperiod) and air temperature cycles and has access to any combination of on-demand water from each of the three water systems for controlled temperature experiments. The isolation rooms provide modular tank systems to allow complex experimental designs including randomization of temperature and treatment.
Core Facility Name: Laboratory-Animal Research Facility
Director/Manager: Jaclyn Huffman
Contact Information: 208-885-6187, email@example.com
Website Address: none
The Laboratory Animal Research Facility (LARF) is a centralized animal care facility that houses a number of terrestrial and aquatic species located on the Moscow campus. The facility has a variety of standard animal holding rooms, Biological Safety Level 2 animal holding rooms, standard internally ventilating caging systems, a block of aquatic rooms, a fully functional surgical suite and behavioral suite, quarantine space and a newly renovated insectary.
Core Facility Name: The Water Resources Research Core Facility
Director/Manager: Alan Kolok
Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website address: uidaho.edu/research/entities/iwrri
The Idaho Water Resources Research Institute (IWRRI) currently operates a core facility that specializes in key aspects of water resources research. The facility is currently housed at U of I Moscow and U of I Coeur d’Alene, with an expectation that the facility will also have a presence at U of I Boise soon. Capacity at U of I Moscow includes a ꞵ-testing laboratory, that will also allow for the testing crowd-sourced research tools, such as test strips, sensors and phone apps. The laboratory will allow faculty, students and staff to pre-test surveys and other electronically distributed social science tools. Capacity at U of I Coeur d’Alene includes a discrete chemical analyzer that allows for the quantification of nutrients (principally P and N) in water.
Core Facility Name: CNR General Core Lab
Directory/Manager: Dorah Mtui
Contact Information: 208-885-0624, email@example.com
Website Address: uidaho.edu/cnr/research/lab-documents
The CNR General core Laboratory is interdisciplinary centralized facility that provides services and equipment to researchers within the college, campus, and their collaborators.
Core Facility Name: Combustion Laboratory
Director/Manager: Kamal Kumar
Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website address: webpages.uidaho.edu/energy-systems-lab/
The service center will provide users FTIR spectra of gaseous samples using short path length gas cells. The samples will be tested using a Thermo-Nicolet iS5 spectrometer. The tests will be carried out in the laboratory facility located in Gauss-Johnson Rm 121. The same facility will also provide resources (TA Instruments Q500 TGA) for thermogravimetric analysis of solid samples using both conventional and modulated TGA experiments.
Core Facility Name: The MILL (Making, Innovating, and Learning Laboratory)
Director/Manager: Courtney Pace
Contact information: email@example.com
Website address: mill.lib.uidaho.edu/
The University of Idaho Library MILL, located in the library room 134 creates an environment for all University of Idaho students, faculty, and staff to gather, explore, learn, and create new knowledge using emerging technology. The MILL does this by providing equipment, space, and expertise to support a wide range of disciplinary and interdisciplinary needs; by promoting information and digital literacy; and by facilitating the free and open exchange of ideas and knowledge between disciplines. Available technology includes: 3D printers, a 3D scanner, a vinyl cutter and a laminator as well as Arduino and Raspberry Pi (coding and programming). The MILL is open Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; 3D printers should be reserved in advance at libcal.uidaho.edu/reserve/3dprinters.
Core Facility Name: The Studio
Director/Manager: Courtney Pace
Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website address: libguides.uidaho.edu/thestudio
The Studio, located on the second floor of the University of Idaho Library is an audio and video production and editing space available to U of I-affiliated students, staff and faculty seeking to create podcasts, video essays, or other audiovisual material. The Studio is currently optimized with light sound paneling, a green screen, three compact fluorescent lights, microphones, and a mixing board; other equipment is available to check-out. The Studio’s Mac Pro also includes pre-installed audio (e.g. Logic Pro X, MainStage, GarageBand, Audacity, iZotope RX6) and video software (e.g. Final Cut Pro, iMovie), including Adobe Audition, Premier, Photoshop. This space can be reserved at libcal.uidaho.edu/reserve/AV for use Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Core Facility Name: The Center for Digital Inquiry and Learning (CDIL)
Director/Manager: Devin Becker, Evan Williamson
Website address: cdil.lib.uidaho.edu/
The Center for Digital Inquiry and Learning (CDIL), located in room 211 of the library, is a collaboration between the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) and the University of Idaho Library. Its purpose is to advance digital scholarship opportunities at the University of Idaho. The center is available for meetings and project work related to digital scholarship activities at the University of Idaho. There are 15 computers and three virtual reality platforms (HTC VIVE, Oculus Rift, PlayStation) available for demonstration and education purposes.