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Stories tagged: University of Idaho

Team to study Idaho river basins, warming

BOISE – Two river basins in Idaho will become a national laboratory to study the effects of climate change on water resources under a five-year, $15 million National Science Foundation …

Locals abuzz over candidate’s Idaho roots

She was born in Sandpoint in 1964, became a high school basketball whiz in Alaska and attended North Idaho College in Coeur d’Alene before graduating from the University of Idaho …

Ex-UI researcher faces deportation

Katarzyna Dziewanowska grew up in the “gray communist life” of Poland. But it was in America where she found a truly nightmarish experience with a bureaucracy.

Idaho scientist fled oppression in homeland

University of Idaho scientist Wusi Maki wasn’t always free to use her mind like she is today as she develops a new way to test for E. coli and other …

Geology degree a hot commodity

It’s a good time to be a geology major. Graduates in the field are facing lucrative opportunities as they enter the job market, thanks to record metals and oil prices. …

Sandpoint UI branch campus on hold

A financial setback for a philanthropic organization run by Coldwater Creek co-founder Dennis Pence has indefinitely shelved plans for a University of Idaho campus in Sandpoint. The Wild Rose Foundation …

UI senior shot while trying to help

MOSCOW – Armed with a .45-caliber semiautomatic pistol, Peter Husmann ran out of his apartment in answer to a rain of gunshots in his neighborhood. The 20-year-old University of Idaho …

Mules a lesson in genetics

Creating the world’s first cloned mule was hardly a simple process, but one of the University of Idaho scientists behind the effort, Dirk Vanderwall, is well-practiced in providing clear explanations …

Big Festival Performances

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