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Features

Physicist Hopes to Lead Drone Mission to Titan

NASA selects U of I-collaborative drone as possible mission to Titan

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Eclipse Q&A

Physics professors discuss the significance of this year’s solar eclipse.

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Yeast Gene Rapidly Evolves to Attack Viruses

Research in Dr. Paul Rowley's lab has promising results.

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A Formula for Connection

UI gave mathematics graduate a place to explore academics and build relationships.

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The Devil and the DNA Details

UI researcher’s expertise helps uncover hope for the cancer-plagued Tasmanian devil.

More about Paul Hohenlohe's Research

Evolution Through Gaming

Polymorphic Gaming Studio creates video game to aid in teaching genetics.

Exploring the Moon from Earth

Physics researchers use satellite images to map the moon’s geology.

Explore the moon

Synthesizing Answers

Statistics professor Michelle Wiest lends expertise in meta-analysis.

Read About Dr. Wiest's Research

Evolving an Explanation

How a struggling lab experiment, a bacterium that pees, and a curious UI professor are helping answer a mystery of biology.

Read about Chris Marx's mystery

Engaging with Saturn

A team of University of Idaho physics students and their professor study Saturn’s mysterious rings through NASA's Cassini mission.

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Most Awesome Video Contest 2016

We challenged students again to make a short video showing why it’s exciting to study science at the University of Idaho.

Watch these awesome videos

An Eye on Her Future

Lab work and activities help biology graduate Deidrie Briggs prepare for a career in optometry.

Read about Deidrie

Math to the Rescue

College of Science grad Kelly Christensen uses mathematical modeling skills to tackle global problems.

Learn about Kelly

Unexpected Inspiration

Vandals in Focus

Chemistry major Jacob Dalton finds love of research and interdisciplinary opportunities.

Read about Jacob

Exploring the Unexplored

Physics student Brice McLaughlin studies unusual state of matter with industry partner.

Read about Brice

In Control

Electrical engineering and physics student Phillip Kearns designs device that uses body signals to trigger camera and prosthetics.

Read about Phillip

You're Not Just an Undergrad

Research opportunities give students a chance to apply knowledge.

Read about Peter Fuerst

Understanding Environment and Anatomy

UI biology professor earns national award for research.

Learn about Prof. McGowan's research

Thriving in Wildfire Country

Ideas That Matter: 2016 Research Report

Researcher Crystal Kolden and her partners across UI and at WSU are examining wildfire risks and results to help predict fires and help communities prepare and recover from fires.

Read about wildfire research at UI

Exploring Geothermal Possibilities

Ideas That Matter: 2016 Research Report

UI and the Idaho National Lab researchers aim for national geothermal research facility on Snake River Plain.

Read about geothermal research at UI

TEDx Cultivates Opportunity for UI Students

Yvonne Nyavor, a neuroscience doctoral student from Ghana, Africa, is behind the student-led group bringing the renowned brand to University of Idaho.

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A Heart for Rural Medicine

College of Science graduate spent undergraduate career volunteering in free clinic, hopes to pursue medical degree.

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In Awe of Yellowstone

The students’ mission — to measure heat coming up from the enormous volcano beneath Yellowstone.

Read about our students' hands-on experience

Chance Discovery, Amazing Possibilities

UI researchers are studying a material discovered by accident that they now believe is a new — and useful — form of carbon.

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