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Research Article Published by Chemistry Professor and Graduate Students

Research conducted by Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry professor and chair Dr. Owen McDougal and his students, Biomolecular Sciences PhD candidate Matt Turner, and chemistry MS students Leanna Marquart and Paul Phillips, was recently published in an special issue of  MDPI … (Read More) Research Article Published by Chemistry Professor and Graduate Students

Bangladeshi Student Awarded Top Recognition for International Students

Abir Rahman was recognized with the Outstanding International Student Scholar Award at the International Graduation Celebration on December 12, 2018. Abir received his Ph.D in Biomolecular Sciences on December 15. His research focused on investigating autophagy dysfunction induced by a … (Read More) Bangladeshi Student Awarded Top Recognition for International Students

Boise State Researchers Helping Idaho Potato Processors Stay Globally Competitive

Boise State’s second annual Research Month is April 2018. Research Month celebrates the diverse and fascinating array of research happening each day on campus. Read feature stories on Boise State’s research endeavors, and access a full list of Research Month … (Read More) Boise State Researchers Helping Idaho Potato Processors Stay Globally Competitive

BioMolecular Ph.D. Students Receive White Coats

Sheenah Bryant receives her white coat from physics professor Daniel Fologea at the 2017 White Coat Ceremony. At the event, 13 Boise State biomolecular sciences Ph.D. students were recognized for their successful completion of qualifying exams and admission as Ph.D. candidates … (Read More) BioMolecular Ph.D. Students Receive White Coats

Boise State Researchers Tackling Cancer

Almost 1.7 million cancer diagnoses are expected in the United States this year, according to the National Cancer Institute, and close to 40 percent of the population will face a cancer diagnosis at some point in their life. Research in … (Read More) Boise State Researchers Tackling Cancer

Learn About Advances in Cancer Treatment, Prevention at Bronco Zone

Cheryl Jorcyk A panel of Boise State cancer researchers will discuss their research and advances in the field of cancer treatment and prevention at a free presentation at the Bronco Zone from 11:30 a.m.-noon on Wednesday, Oct. 5. The campus … (Read More) Learn About Advances in Cancer Treatment, Prevention at Bronco Zone

Boise State University Celebrates 98th Commencement

Boise State University celebrated its 98th Commencement ceremony May 7 in Taco Bell Arena, closing out another academic year of accomplishments and university firsts. In total this spring, 2,334 students were eligible to receive 2,561 degrees and certificates. Of those, … (Read More) Boise State University Celebrates 98th Commencement

Biomolecular Sciences Program to Award First Ph.D.

When Cheri L. Lamb is hooded at Saturday’s Spring Commencement ceremony, she’ll not only have achieved a hard-earned goal, she’ll also be the first student to earn a Ph.D. in biomolecular sciences from Boise State. The interdisciplinary program in the … (Read More) Biomolecular Sciences Program to Award First Ph.D.

Two Grad Students Awarded Prestigious NASA Fellowships

Two Boise State graduate students have been named NASA Harriett G. Jenkins Graduate Fellows following a rigorous selection process. Only 13 of the prestigious Minority University Research Education Project (MUREP) Advanced STEM Training and Research (ASTAR) fellowships were awarded from … (Read More) Two Grad Students Awarded Prestigious NASA Fellowships

Research: Mitigation Efforts Benefit Greater Sage-Grouse

Research: Mitigation Efforts Benefit Greater Sage-Grouse From the U.S. Geological Survey Efforts to mitigate the effects of natural gas development are leading to better nest survival for greater sage-grouse. The probability of one egg hatching in a particular nesting season … (Read More) Research: Mitigation Efforts Benefit Greater Sage-Grouse