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Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES)

CAES at Boise State University

The Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES) is the catalyst to address our most ambitious energy challenges at the regional, national, and even global level. At its core, CAES is a research, education, and innovation consortium that brings together students and faculty from the public research universities in Idaho, along with Idaho National Laboratory researchers to conduct cutting-edge energy research, educate the next generation of scientists in collaboration with industry leaders.

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Xiong named Royal Society of Chemistry Fellow
Boise State University wins three NSF Regional Innovation Engines awards
Xiong to advance sodium ion battery technology with Office of Naval Research grant
Estrada, partners aim to advance the future of semiconductor manufacturing
Center for Advanced Energy Studies unveils new high-tech assets
College of Engineering receives $5 million to support engineering and computer science students across Idaho

Research and Economic Development News

Theodossiou earns Boise State’s first Beckman Young Investigator Award
Boise State’s TRANSFORM team announces two award recipients
Bieter and Oestreicher publish article on Basque arborglyphs
For the third consecutive year, a College of Engineering student receives competitive graduate research fellowship