Research and Economic Development

SUPPORTING RESEARCH FROM INCEPTION TO COMPLETION

Boise State University is committed to fostering an environment where research and creative activity thrive. The Division of Research and Economic Development leads this effort by providing comprehensive support for faculty during all phases of the research endeavor; managing the university’s intellectual property portfolio; facilitating relationships with industry for research and commercialization collaboration; and leading outreach aimed at fostering economic development in Boise and the region.

Research Development

Research Development

Sponsored Programs

Sponsored Programs

Research Compliance

Research Compliance

Technology Transfer

Technology Transfer

Research News

New high-performance science network implemented on campus
October 09, 2019

New high-performance science network implemented on campus

Transdisciplinary team tackles semiconductor devices for harsh environments
October 02, 2019

Transdisciplinary team tackles semiconductor devices for harsh environments

Nominations open for state research excellence award
October 02, 2019

Nominations open for state research excellence award

What’s at stake when the Treasure Valley loses farmland to growth? A new grant will help Boise State researchers find out
September 26, 2019

What’s at stake when the Treasure Valley loses farmland to growth? A new grant will help Boise State researchers find out

Research Events

Fall Research Mixer

Research Computing Office Hours

Explore Magazine

Explore, the research magazine of Boise State University, is published by the Division of Research and Economic Development with support from the Office of Communications and Marketing. Learn more about the university’s research endeavors and stories here.

Read Explore

Research Adventures

Join Boise State students Austin Davis, James Jarrett and Katie Care, and University of Puerto Rico student Paola Iglesias as they get hands-on experience conducting research with barn owls and burrowing owls as part of the REU in Raptor Research, led by professor Jim Belthoff.