Travel through Morrill Hall at the spring Office of Research and Economic Development (ORED) Open House from 3-5 p.m. Thursday, April 4, in Moscow. Faculty, students and staff will have the chance to meet ORED staff and learn about the multitude of services offered at the University of Idaho. There will be an opportunity to mingle with the offices of Sponsored Programs, Technology Transfer, Economic Development, Research and Faculty Development, Research Assurances, campus veterinarian, staff of the Integrated Research and Innovation Center, the Center for Advanced Energy Studies, Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, Aquaculture Research Institute, Idaho Geological Survey, Idaho Water Resources Research Institute, Institute for Bioinformatics and Evolutionary Studies, Northwest Knowledge Network and the Center for Modeling Complex Interactions. Enjoy tours of every floor, attendee favors, delectable desserts and a chance at raffle prizes. Join for an informative and fun afternoon on a journey through ORED.
3-D Printer to Revolutionize Biofluids and Biomechanics ResearchOctober 21, 2020
This news article comes from central University of Idaho Communications and Marketing. View the original here. While IMCI was not involved in the funding of this research project, we are honored to have Dr. Tao Xing as one of our IMCI participants. October 20, 2020 – With the help of a more than $300,000 major […]
University of Idaho Receives Grant of Nearly $11M for Biomedical Research ModelingAugust 13, 2020
MOSCOW, Idaho — Aug. 13, 2020 — The University of Idaho has secured a grant of nearly $11 million from the National Institutes of Health to support continued modeling for biomedical research at U of I’s Institute for Modeling Collaboration and Innovation (IMCI). The funding comes as Phase 2 of a Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) grant […]
Modeling COVID-19 in IdahoApril 16, 2020
Experts across the nation are using modeling to help make decisions regarding how to respond to COVID-19. But knowing the infection rate in New York or an estimated death toll in Washington state doesn’t really help our great state of Idaho. To address Idaho’s specific rural population, age distribution and travel, modeling researchers at Boise […]