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Spring 2021 Carpentries Works...

Spring 2021 Carpentries Workshops Announced

The Carpentries training program aims to improve data literacy and reproducible science. IMCI sponsors the University of Idaho as a member in the organization. Postdocs and graduate students will run 3 workshops this spring for upper-level undergraduate students, new graduate students and anyone else interested in good-practices in data management and analysis. STUDENTS can register […]

Register to Attend a Carpentr...

The topics of upcoming workshops are always up for discussion and depend on your input. If you have workshops suggestions or requests, please email JT Van Leuven. If you are a student wishing to take any of these courses for academic credit, please register via the U of I Course Schedule. SPRING 2021 WORKSHOPS Unix, […]

3-D Printer to Revolutionize ...

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 […]

Become a Carpentries Instruct...

IMCI is continuing its support of our Carpentries workshops so that another cohort of instructors can participate in pedagogy training and become Carpentries instructors. IMCI asks you to teach at least one workshop or co-teach two workshops at U of I after we sponsor your training. For BCB graduate students, helping with these workshops may […]

University of Idaho Receives ...

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 […]

U of I Researchers Improve Re...

A team from the College of Science wants to improve the restraint devices used during injections of the greater wax moth larvae, a common laboratory animal. Injecting laboratory animals can be dangerous for researchers due to accidental needlesticks containing pathogenic microorganisms. In PLOS ONE, the team published designs for two new devices that reduce the […]

IMCI Postdoc Lihong Zhao Leav...

Congratulations and well wishes to Lihong Zhao who is leaving her postdoctoral fellowship today to join the University of California. She will join the Applied Mathematics Department in Merced as RTG-DIRAC postdoc, specifically as a part of the Mathematical Biology SMaRT team.

U of I Researchers, Moscow to...

This news release, published by central University Communications and Marketing, was written by Alexiss Turner in the College of Engineering. IMCI has research partners and participants in nearly all U of I colleges. MOSCOW, Idaho — July 21, 2020 — Researchers at the University of Idaho have partnered with the City of Moscow to improve wastewater […]