Category Archives: Research Facility

Idaho National Laboratory (INL)

The Idaho National Lab (INL) is part of the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) complex of national laboratories. The lab performs work in each of the strategic goal areas of the DOE: energy, national security, science and environment. The INL is the nation’s leading center for nuclear energy research and development.

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) – Technical Assistance Program (TAP)

The technical assistance program (TAP) provides assistance from INL scientists and engineers, to small business and state and local governments, without charging fees. TAP helps in areas where organization may find their problems too complex or technical to solve on their own. TAP provides 40 hours of assistance.

Center for Advanced Energy Studies

The Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES) is a research and education consortium between Boise State University, Idaho State University, the University of Idaho, the University of Wyoming, and the Idaho National Lab. Research at CAES is focused on nuclear science and engineering, materials science and engineering, energy systems design, analysis and testing, carbon engineering,

Brigham Young University – Idaho

Brigham Young University – Idaho is a private university, owned and operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Its affiliated Regional Business Development Center (RBDC) can connect research assistance to research need.

Northwest Nazarene University (NNU)

Northwest Nazarene University (NNU), is a non-profit comprehensive Christian university located in Nampa, Idaho. Its Doceō Center  program provides research assistance.

ISU – Idaho Museum of Natural History

Idaho State University’s Idaho Museum of Natural History has an Idaho Virtualization Lab (IVL). The IVL is a research unit that houses state-of-the-art technology for imaging, virtualization, and simulation of material items, landscapes, and life. We provide education, research, and informatics to the social and natural sciences.

ISU – Research Data Center (RDC)

Idaho State University’s Research Data Center (RDC) is a university-wide facility dedicated to supporting and enhancing the research capabilities of ISU faculty, staff, and students through a centralized hyper-converged infrastructure of virtual machines (VM). These capabilities are available to ISU’s research community through the university’s network.

ISU – Molecular Research Core Facility (MRCF)

Idaho State University’s Molecular Research Core Facility (MRCF) is a state of the art facility dedicated to furthering the research and educational needs of ISU and southeast Idaho. The center’s primary services are next generation DNA sequencing including bioinformatics supports, advanced biological imaging, and biomolecular research support through experimental design, troubleshooting, optimization, data generation, and

ISU – Measurement & Control Engineering Research Center (MCERC)

Idaho State University’s Measurement and Control Engineering Research Center (MCERC) is an interdisciplinary state-approved research facility. The MCERC’s main mission is to foster and facilitate research endeavors related to controls engineering. The center is structured by a series of focused laboratories, specializing in areas of aerospace, robotics, structures, biomedical, controls and measurement systems, energy systems,

ISU – Informatics Research Institute (IRI)

Idaho State University’s Informatics Research Institute (IRI) has a mission in teaching, research,  and service. Some of these activities include developing interdisciplinary programs in informatics, developing interdisciplinary degree programs, developing and offering outreach programs, coordinating activities of related centers on campus, developing educational programs, providing leadership in critical infrastructure protection, and developing infrastructures to support