Vandals Deliver A Life-Saving Gift
Engineering, WWAMI Medical students build assistive CPR device to help more users, and those with disabilities, successfully perform CPR.
Making Strides in Tissue Engineering
According to the National Institutes of Health, there are more than 16 million reported tendon injuries in the U.S. each year. Research at U of I aims to better understand tendon tissue formation and engineer replacements and regenerative therapies.
University of Idaho student, recognized with national scholarship, researches how susceptible animals are to COVID-19
Posted 4/13/2021 3:38:00 PM
This story written by Greg Mason was published in The Spokesman-Review on April 10. The Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention has said SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, likely originated in bats. And as efforts remain ongoing to neutralize the current COVID-19 outbreak, a University of Idaho student has been recognized with a national scholarship as he researches just how susceptible certain animal species are to the virus. Read more
Posted 4/8/2021 9:13:00 PM
Five engineering students earned a total of $10,500 during the fifth annual Grand Challenge Scholars Program (GCSP) Pitch Event hosted by the College of Engineering. The GCSP is the only undergraduate program of its kind in Idaho, preparing students to solve the 14 Grand Challenges of Engineering in the 21st Century as established by the National Academy of Engineering (NAE). Read more
Posted 4/7/2021 8:54:00 PM
MOSCOW, Idaho — April 7, 2021 — Two University of Idaho students were selected from a pool of 5,000 candidates nationwide to receive the prestigious Goldwater scholarship for the upcoming academic year. Read more
Posted 4/7/2021 4:32:00 PM
This story written by Scott Jackson was published in the Moscow-Pullman Daily News on April 4. With the help of much younger, somewhat smaller scientists, a team of University of Idaho seniors studying chemical engineering have designed an experiment that will be delivered to the International Space Station next year. The experiment will explore the comparative effectiveness of bacteria-resistant polymers in a microgravity — or weightless — environment. Read more
Posted 2/18/2021 11:57:00 PM
When it comes to artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, researchers are often stuck managing workflows on their own. The variety and complexity of machine learning models and the tremendous number of disparate tools and platforms make solo management a challenge – especially when big Earth data is involved. GeoWeaver is the open-source workflow management solution that many AI practitioners urgently need. Read more