NASA Robot to Explore Greenland Ice Sheet with Boise State Radar System
Boise State University graduate students Mark Robertson (far left) and Gabriel Trisca, along with researcher Hans-Peter Marshall, gather in their Boise State lab for final preparations before Robertson and Trisca depart for Greenland. Read more
Engineering Students Showcase Work at May 2 Reception
The College of Engineering invited the Boise State community and industry partners to visit this year’s Senior Design Showcase. The annual event was held Thursday, May 2, in the Engineering Building Atrium…Read more
A Raspberry Pi is an inexpensive, single-board computer, about the size of a credit card, that is capable of running Linux and other lightweight operating systems. Its processor is quite similar to those found in smartphones. Read More
Students Learn about Global Citizenship in Belize
A dedicated group of 30 Boise State students and faculty spent their 2013 spring break on the inaugural Peace Village initiative in Corozal, Belize.
Koelsch Elementary Students Blast-off into Learning
With those words, students at Koelsch Elementary School launched their Alka Seltzer-fueled rockets into the air in a real-life demonstration of rocket science, brought to them by Boise State’s Microgravity Research Team.