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Alltech

1843 Lincoln Avenue South Jerome ID 83338 USAFounded in 1980 by Irish biochemist and entrepreneur Dr. Pearse Lyons, Alltech is a leading global biotechnology company whose mission is to improve the health and performance of people, animals and plants through natural nutrition and scientific innovation. We pursue this mission guided by what we call the ACE principle, our promise that in doing business we have a positive impact on the Animal, the Consumer and the Environment. Animal Health Our core business improves animal health and performance by adding nutritional value to feed, naturally, through Alltech’s innovative use of yeast fermentation, enzyme technology, algae and nutrigenomics, which studies the impact of nutrition at the genetic level. Our technologies and support programs enable farmers to realize greater efficiency, profitability and sustainability on their farms. Alltech Crop Science Our Alltech Crop Science division complements our animal nutrition business by focusing on improving the health of crops. Our technologies enable us to improve the productivity of the field, in terms of yield quality and quantity, and to enhance nutrition beginning with the soil and the seed. Human Health We believe scientific innovation in animal and crop sciences is part of a much more important story, that of human health. Healthier animals and crops, nurtured naturally through Alltech’s nutritional solutions, affect human well-being. For example, fruits, vegetables and animal proteins have become less nutrient-rich in the past half-century. From fish to oranges, you need to eat more today to get the same nutritional value. Our work within animal and crop sciences is restoring value and also exploring ways to naturally enrich foods through improving the animal diet or crop produced. For example, laying hens fed a diet rich in Alltech’s algae produce eggs enriched with DHA omega-3, an essential nutrient for human cognitive development and health at all ages.

Alturas Analytics

1282 Alturas Drive Moscow ID 83843 USAAlturas Analytics offers sample analysis, drug discovery support, method development, structure elucidation, and identification services.

Alturas Analytics

Moscow, ID United StatesAlturas Analytics offers sample analysis, drug discovery support, method development, structure elucidation, and identification services.

AgraServ, Inc.

2565 Freedom Lane American Falls, ID, 83211 United StatesPesticide registration studies are confidentially conducted under GLP standards in compliance with EPA/FIFRA regulations. Studies involving APHIS regulated material are conducted with full compliance, quality assurance, and stewardship. Performance/efficacy studies can be maintained confidential or data can be disseminated through local and regional schools, training sessions and field days, scientific or trade publications, and/or via our web page. AgraServ, Inc. contracted studies are conducted on principal owned and operated research/production farms or with reliable cooperators. AgraServ, Inc. has a contracted QAU to monitor GLP compliance. Quality control and good scientific practices are adhered to in all study aspects. Personnel are individually licensed and annually retrained to assure safety, efficiency, and quality research.

Boise State University BRC Biomolecular Characterization

Mathematics Building Room 225 1910 University Dr. Boise, Idaho 83725The Jasco J-810 Spectropolarimeter (163-900 nm) is a hybrid instrument consisting of a variable wavelength polarimeter and absorption spectrophotometer. It is designed to allow secondary structure determination by circular dichroism; specifically measuring the left-and right-handed circularly polarized light of optically active molecules. It is equipped with a computer-controlled Peltier device (3-90 °C) and a two-syringe titrator to assess thermal/chemical stabilities of proteins/ polypeptides or to monitor ligand binding and is controlled by Jasco’s Spectra Manager software.

Boise State University BRC Biomolecular Characterization

2000 West University Drive Boise, ID, 83706 United StatesThe Jasco J-810 Spectropolarimeter (163-900 nm) is a hybrid instrument consisting of a variable wavelength polarimeter and absorption spectrophotometer. It is designed to allow secondary structure determination by circular dichroism; specifically measuring the left-and right-handed circularly polarized light of optically active molecules. It is equipped with a computer-controlled Peltier device (3-90 °C) and a two-syringe titrator to assess thermal/chemical stabilities of proteins/ polypeptides or to monitor ligand binding and is controlled by Jasco’s Spectra Manager software.

Boise State University The Raptor Research Center

SCIENCE BUILDING 100 1910 University Dr., Boise, ID 83725The Raptor Research Center (RRC) operates in the College of Arts and Sciences at Boise State University. The RRC and the Dept. of Biological Sciences share common interests in basic biology and the conservation of natural resources. The center and department collaborate to pursue these interests through research, education, and conservation, especially regarding raptors (birds of prey) and their ecosystems.

Boise State University The Raptor Research Center

1910 West University Drive Boise, ID, 83725 United StatesThe Raptor Research Center (RRC) operates in the College of Arts and Sciences at Boise State University. The RRC and the Dept. of Biological Sciences share common interests in basic biology and the conservation of natural resources. The center and department collaborate to pursue these interests through research, education, and conservation, especially regarding raptors (birds of prey) and their ecosystems.

Boise State University The Institute for the Study of Addiction

Department of Counselor Education Institute for the Study of Addiction Room 638 A 1910 University Dr. Boise, ID 83725-1721Both the College of Education and the College of Health Sciences are providing quality information dissemination and professional development opportunities for substance abuse prevention and addictions treatment professionals as well as other professionals interested in addictions. Given the insidious foothold of addictions problems in the American population, the ongoing health risks associated with addictions, and the infusion of government funding available to address these issues, the study of addictions is of vital importance. Hence, the creation of the Institute for the Study of Addiction. The Institute’s MISSION is to: Provide more opportunities for BSU addictions related training in the community, state, and region. Consolidate and streamline current BSU programming in addictions and substance abuse prevention. Expand information dissemination and research functions to meet growing needs in the Treasure Valley, state, and region. Directly contribute to the University’s mission of a Metropolitan Research University of Distinction.

Boise State University The Institute for the Study of Addiction

1910 West University Drive Boise, ID, 83725 United StatesBoth the College of Education and the College of Health Sciences are providing quality information dissemination and professional development opportunities for substance abuse prevention and addictions treatment professionals as well as other professionals interested in addictions. Given the insidious foothold of addictions problems in the American population, the ongoing health risks associated with addictions, and the infusion of government funding available to address these issues, the study of addictions is of vital importance. Hence, the creation of the Institute for the Study of Addiction. The Institute’s MISSION is to: Provide more opportunities for BSU addictions related training in the community, state, and region. Consolidate and streamline current BSU programming in addictions and substance abuse prevention. Expand information dissemination and research functions to meet growing needs in the Treasure Valley, state, and region. Directly contribute to the University’s mission of a Metropolitan Research University of Distinction.

Boise State University Center for Applied Archaeological Science

1910 University Drive HWSC, Room 113 Boise, Idaho 83725The Center for Applied Archaeological Science (CAAS) is a research and contract archaeology program established in 1986 and housed within the Department of Anthropology at Boise State University. The university, founded in 1932, is a metropolitan university having an enrollment of over 18,000 students. Situated in the state capital, the university offers a wide range of undergraduate majors, masters, and doctoral degrees. CAAS has conducted research throughout Idaho and other western states. Its offices conduct small and large-scale cultural resource surveys and excavations and has the ability to manage multiple projects and tasks simultaneously. Since its inception CAAS has developed a broadly-based physical plant and staff structure that allows rapid-response actions within the greater scope of its programs. Since its founding CAAS has completed over 300 cultural resource projects that include the development of archaeological research designs, archaeological and historical surveys, testing programs, data recovery protocols, full-scale and multi-year excavations, Section 106 compliance coordination, archival research, National Register Nominations, NAGPRA consultations, the production of scholarly and technical papers and monographs and popular posters and brochures.

Boise State University Center for Applied Archaeological Science

Boise, ID, 83725 United StatesThe Center for Applied Archaeological Science (CAAS) is a research and contract archaeology program established in 1986 and housed within the Department of Anthropology at Boise State University. The university, founded in 1932, is a metropolitan university having an enrollment of over 18,000 students. Situated in the state capital, the university offers a wide range of undergraduate majors, masters, and doctoral degrees. CAAS has conducted research throughout Idaho and other western states. Its offices conduct small and large-scale cultural resource surveys and excavations and has the ability to manage multiple projects and tasks simultaneously. Since its inception CAAS has developed a broadly-based physical plant and staff structure that allows rapid-response actions within the greater scope of its programs. Since its founding CAAS has completed over 300 cultural resource projects that include the development of archaeological research designs, archaeological and historical surveys, testing programs, data recovery protocols, full-scale and multi-year excavations, Section 106 compliance coordination, archival research, National Register Nominations, NAGPRA consultations, the production of scholarly and technical papers and monographs and popular posters and brochures.

Boise State University Center for the Study of Aging

Health Sciences Riverside 950 Lusk Boise, ID 83706The Center serves as a catalyst for change, bringing together members of the community, researchers, and clinicians to help people lead longer and more fulfilling lives. Our mission is to advance the well-being of older people by assuring that the university, our communities and our society prepare for the coming social revolution: the aging of the population. Such preparation requires research, education, and collaboration to: increase awareness of aging-related issues produce knowledge about how to improve quality of life as we age foster expertise among faculty, policy makers, and community organizations promote expertise and careers in aging

Boise State University Center for the Study of Aging

Boise, ID, 83706 United StatesThe Center serves as a catalyst for change, bringing together members of the community, researchers, and clinicians to help people lead longer and more fulfilling lives. Our mission is to advance the well-being of older people by assuring that the university, our communities and our society prepare for the coming social revolution: the aging of the population. Such preparation requires research, education, and collaboration to: increase awareness of aging-related issues produce knowledge about how to improve quality of life as we age foster expertise among faculty, policy makers, and community organizations promote expertise and careers in aging

Boise State University The Curl Agricultural Health Lab

1910 University Dr., Boise, ID 83725The Curl Agricultural Health Lab is located in the Environmental Health and Research Building, Room 3106, and is a part of the School of Allied Health Sciences, within the College of Health Sciences. The laboratory is approximately 600 square feet, equipped with a 6 ft fume hood, two sinks, laboratory-grade tables, piped-in compressed air, lockable storage cabinets, and a typical complement of laboratory equipment infrastructure and safety devices.

Boise State University The Curl Agricultural Health Lab

1910 West University Drive Boise, ID, 83725 United StatesThe Curl Agricultural Health Lab is located in the Environmental Health and Research Building, Room 3106, and is a part of the School of Allied Health Sciences, within the College of Health Sciences. The laboratory is approximately 600 square feet, equipped with a 6 ft fume hood, two sinks, laboratory-grade tables, piped-in compressed air, lockable storage cabinets, and a typical complement of laboratory equipment infrastructure and safety devices.

Boise Veterans Affairs Medical Center

500 Fort Street Boise, ID 83702Welcome to the Boise VA Medical Center in beautiful Boise, Idaho! Boise VAMC's primary service area has a radius of approximately 160 miles with an estimated veteran population of 100,000. The Boise VAMC, within VISN 20, provides highly sophisticated primary, secondary, and specialty care to roughly 28,000 veterans each year. The Boise VA Medical Center delivers care in its main facility in Boise, Idaho and also operates Outpatient Clinics in Twin Falls, Caldwell, Mountain Home and Salmon, Idaho; as well as in Burns, Oregon. We are committed to veterans health care and strive to continually improve the quality and accessibility of the care we provide. We also train future healthcare professionals, conduct research and support our nation in times of emergency. In all of these activities, our employees will respect and support your rights as a patient.

Boise Veterans Affairs Medical Center

500 Fort Street Boise, ID, 83702 United StatesWelcome to the Boise VA Medical Center in beautiful Boise, Idaho! Boise VAMC's primary service area has a radius of approximately 160 miles with an estimated veteran population of 100,000. The Boise VAMC, within VISN 20, provides highly sophisticated primary, secondary, and specialty care to roughly 28,000 veterans each year. The Boise VA Medical Center delivers care in its main facility in Boise, Idaho and also operates Outpatient Clinics in Twin Falls, Caldwell, Mountain Home and Salmon, Idaho; as well as in Burns, Oregon. We are committed to veterans health care and strive to continually improve the quality and accessibility of the care we provide. We also train future healthcare professionals, conduct research and support our nation in times of emergency. In all of these activities, our employees will respect and support your rights as a patient.

Boise State University Idaho Microfabrication Lab

1910 University Drive Boise, ID 83725-1511The Idaho Microfabrication Laboratory (IMFL) at Boise State University is a research and education resource dedicated to the research and advancement of materials and processes used in micro & nano electronics design and fabrication. The IMFL consists of a small gowning room, a 900 ft2 Class 1000 cleanroom, a 1500 ft2 process lab, a 700 ft2 microscopy lab and a 900 ft2 metrology lab. The IMFL is equipped to fabricate microelectronic devices using thin film deposition, chemical processing, etching and planarization. Characterization of many different types of materials can also be accomplished along with access to the Boise State Surface Science Lab and the Boise State Center for Materials Characterization.

Boise State University Idaho Microfabrication Lab

1910 West University Drive Boise, ID, 83725 United StatesThe Idaho Microfabrication Laboratory (IMFL) at Boise State University is a research and education resource dedicated to the research and advancement of materials and processes used in micro & nano electronics design and fabrication. The IMFL consists of a small gowning room, a 900 ft2 Class 1000 cleanroom, a 1500 ft2 process lab, a 700 ft2 microscopy lab and a 900 ft2 metrology lab. The IMFL is equipped to fabricate microelectronic devices using thin film deposition, chemical processing, etching and planarization. Characterization of many different types of materials can also be accomplished along with access to the Boise State Surface Science Lab and the Boise State Center for Materials Characterization.

Boise State University Center for Physical Activity and Sport

1476 Bronco Lane Boise, ID, 83706 United StatesThe Center for Physical Activity and Sport (CPAS) seeks to promote the physical, psychological and social benefits of physical activity and sport among youth and adolescents. Our interrelated aim – research, outreach, services – provide an opportunity to gather scientific data, share best practices with the community and improve the sport and physical activity experiences of all participants in youth sport.

Boise State University BRC Histology Facility

1910 University Drive Boise, ID 83725-1511Our mission is to provide access to a wide range of histological services for Boise State investigators, external academic investigators and industrial partners. We can provide direct services, training and/or access to equipment for embedding, sectioning and staining of various tissue specimens. We are a fee-for-service center, and use of our facility requires users to establish an ilabs account.

Boise State University BRC Histology Facility

1910 West University Drive Boise, ID, 83725 United StatesOur mission is to provide access to a wide range of histological services for Boise State investigators, external academic investigators and industrial partners. We can provide direct services, training and/or access to equipment for embedding, sectioning and staining of various tissue specimens. We are a fee-for-service center, and use of our facility requires users to establish an ilabs account.

Boise State University BRC Mass Spectrometry Facility

1910 University Drive Boise, ID 83725-1511Our mission is to provide a wide range of analytical capabilities through fee-for-service in the areas of protein, biological and small molecule research to Boise State University investigators, external academic and industrial partners.

Boise State University BRC Mass Spectrometry Facility

1910 West University Drive Boise, ID, 83725 United StatesOur mission is to provide a wide range of analytical capabilities through fee-for-service in the areas of protein, biological and small molecule research to Boise State University investigators, external academic and industrial partners.

Boise State University BRC Confocal Imaging

Mathematics Building Room 225 1910 University Dr. Boise, Idaho 83725The Biomolecular Research Center at Boise State is a collaborative research center designed to provide a supportive environment for interdisciplinary research and education with opportunities for students and faculty members alike. The focus of the BRC is the study of biomolecules with emphasis on proteins and protein interactions. The BRC represents a comprehensive collection of instrumentation and facilities ideal for the characterization of biomolecules and their role in a variety of biomedical and environmental processes. Partnerships exist between the Center and Idaho-BRIN/INBRE, UI, ISU, the Boise VA Medical Center, The College of Idaho, and Northwest Nazarene University. To support current and future collaborative science, the BRC provides seminars, training workshops, and other networking opportunities. The mission of the center is to facilitate multidisciplinary research and research training programs in biomolecular sciences with a goal of increasing the level of biomolecular research achieved at Boise State University.

Boise State University BRC Confocal Imaging

2000 West University Drive Boise, ID, 83706 United StatesThe Biomolecular Research Center at Boise State is a collaborative research center designed to provide a supportive environment for interdisciplinary research and education with opportunities for students and faculty members alike. The focus of the BRC is the study of biomolecules with emphasis on proteins and protein interactions. The BRC represents a comprehensive collection of instrumentation and facilities ideal for the characterization of biomolecules and their role in a variety of biomedical and environmental processes. Partnerships exist between the Center and Idaho-BRIN/INBRE, UI, ISU, the Boise VA Medical Center, The College of Idaho, and Northwest Nazarene University. To support current and future collaborative science, the BRC provides seminars, training workshops, and other networking opportunities. The mission of the center is to facilitate multidisciplinary research and research training programs in biomolecular sciences with a goal of increasing the level of biomolecular research achieved at Boise State University.

Boise State University Center for Orthopaedic & Biomechanics Research

Ron and Linda Yanke Family Research Park Boise State University 1910 University Drive Boise, Idaho 83725The Boise State University Center for Orthopaedic and Biomechanics Research (COBR) is a partnership between the Department of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering and the Department of Kinesiology. The mission of COBR is to advance understanding of the mechanical and neuromuscular characteristics of human movement through basic science, engineering, clinical research and education.

Boise State University Center for Orthopaedic & Biomechanics Research

1910 West University Drive Boise, ID, 83725 United StatesThe Boise State University Center for Orthopaedic and Biomechanics Research (COBR) is a partnership between the Department of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering and the Department of Kinesiology. The mission of COBR is to advance understanding of the mechanical and neuromuscular characteristics of human movement through basic science, engineering, clinical research and education.

Boise State University Center for Materials Characterization

1910 University Drive Boise, ID 83725-1511The Boise State Center for Materials Characterization was established by the Idaho State Board of Education in August 2006 to provide a state-of-the-art characterization facility in order to attract more students into science and engineering careers, to improve science and engineering education at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and to foster leading research and interaction with local industry. As such, it provides the organization and infrastructure to make various materials characterization tools available for academia and regional companies. The BSCMC is complimentary to the Microscopy and Characterization Suite (MaCS) at the Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES). The MaCS is a state-of-the-art microscopy laboratory and regional resource for materials imaging in support of the CAES mission.

Boise State University Center for Materials Characterization

1910 West University Drive Boise, ID, 83725 United StatesThe Boise State Center for Materials Characterization was established by the Idaho State Board of Education in August 2006 to provide a state-of-the-art characterization facility in order to attract more students into science and engineering careers, to improve science and engineering education at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and to foster leading research and interaction with local industry. As such, it provides the organization and infrastructure to make various materials characterization tools available for academia and regional companies. The BSCMC is complimentary to the Microscopy and Characterization Suite (MaCS) at the Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES). The MaCS is a state-of-the-art microscopy laboratory and regional resource for materials imaging in support of the CAES mission.

Boise State University Beowulf Cluster Lab

Room MEC 305 in the College Of Engineering 1910 University Drive Boise, ID 83725-1511The Beowulf Cluster Lab in room MEC 305 in the College Of Engineering houses two clusters: a 61 node Beowulf cluster with 122 2.4 GHz Xeon processors and a 3-node developmental cluster with six 2.4 GHz Xeon processors. The lab is sponsored by a National Science Foundation Major Research Infrastructure Award No. 0321233. The Principal Investigators for the project are Amit Jain (Computer Science) and Paul Michaels (Geosciences) .

Boise State University Beowulf Cluster Lab

1910 West University Drive Boise, ID, 83725 United StatesThe Beowulf Cluster Lab in room MEC 305 in the College Of Engineering houses two clusters: a 61 node Beowulf cluster with 122 2.4 GHz Xeon processors and a 3-node developmental cluster with six 2.4 GHz Xeon processors. The lab is sponsored by a National Science Foundation Major Research Infrastructure Award No. 0321233. The Principal Investigators for the project are Amit Jain (Computer Science) and Paul Michaels (Geosciences) .

Boise State University Stephenson Exposure Science Lab

Health Science Riverside Building, Room 112 University Drive Boise, IDThe Stephenson Exposure Science (SES) Lab was founded at Boise State University in 2006 and moved to its current location in the Environmental Research Building in 2013. The SES Laboratory is affiliated with the School of Allied Health Sciences housed in the College of Health Sciences. Research Aims The aims of our research are to (1) evaluate airborne exposure risk, (2) apply innovative control strategies to prevent/mitigate/reduce risk and (3) provide sound and cost-effective recommendations to ensure that human exposures to airborne contaminants do not adversely affect human health.

Boise State University Stephenson Exposure Science Lab

1910 West University Drive Boise, ID, 83725 United StatesThe Stephenson Exposure Science (SES) Lab was founded at Boise State University in 2006 and moved to its current location in the Environmental Research Building in 2013. The SES Laboratory is affiliated with the School of Allied Health Sciences housed in the College of Health Sciences. Research Aims The aims of our research are to (1) evaluate airborne exposure risk, (2) apply innovative control strategies to prevent/mitigate/reduce risk and (3) provide sound and cost-effective recommendations to ensure that human exposures to airborne contaminants do not adversely affect human health.

Battelle

460 Hickory Circle Idaho Falls, ID 83404Battelle is a GLP-compliant, IND and BLA-enabling CRO. We provide services that can help move projects from in vitro to in vivo through clinical support. Specifically, our core capabilities are focused around our long-standing experience and expertise in cell-based and biochemical assay development, validation and analytical and bioanalytical sample screening, proteomics, compound synthesis, HTP next generation sequencing, in vivo efficacy, safety pharmacology, toxicology, inhalation toxicology (small and large species), ADME/PK, analytical chemistry, pathology. Battelle also has deep experience developing and manufacturing medical devices, and in conjunction with customer test articles is able to validate both the device and test article together.

Idaho State University - Molecular Research Core

650 Memorial Drive Mail Stop 8007 Pocatello, ID 83209-8007The ISU Molecular Research Core Facility (MRCF), with its state-of-the-art instrumentation and ever-expanding array of services, provides ISU's molecular scientists with the resources necessary for successful and productive research pursuits in this rapidly growing field.

Idaho State University - Molecular Research Core

Pocatello, ID United StatesThe ISU Molecular Research Core Facility (MRCF), with its state-of-the-art instrumentation and ever-expanding array of services, provides ISU's molecular scientists with the resources necessary for successful and productive research pursuits in this rapidly growing field.

KRONUS

170 South Seneca Springs Way, Suite 105 Star, ID 83669 USAKRONUS supplies immunodiagnostic reagents and test kits.

Meridien Research

501 S. BlvdMeridien Research provides clinical research trials for universities or research institutes.

MP Biomedicals

Rm 505, Metro Bank PlazaMP Biomedicals is dedicated to giving scientists and researchers innovative, quality tools and superior service to aid them in their quest for ground-breaking discovery and turning the hope for life-changing solutions into a reality. The company manufactures and sells more than 55,000 products and is one of the only companies in the industry to offer a comprehensive line of life science, fine chemical and diagnostic products. MP Biomedicals is a world-wide corporation, with ISO-certified and FDA-approved manufacturing and distribution facilities throughout the globe and headquartered in Southern California. A vast network of global distributors and satellite facilities and offices throughout Europe, Asia, Australia and the Americas assures customers top quality products delivered when and where needed. No matter how dynamic the evolution of the life science and biotechnology markets, we remain committed to supporting our customers in their efforts to make new discoveries. From basic research, through scale-up, to full-scale production and diagnostic testing, MP Biomedicals serves every industry need – from specialized areas of research to supplying large scale quantities of fine chemicals. Our customers partner with us because they want a long-time player and reliable colleague in the fields of life science research and diagnostics. MP Biomedicals will never rest in our odyssey to remain at the forefront of discovery in the ever-changing biomedical industry.

Northeastern Wildlife

Harrison, ID, 83833 United StatesNortheastern Wildlife provides opposum and woodchuck research, as well as non-traditional animal models, hibernation research, and preclinical studies.

Orflo Technologies

260 Northwood Way Ketchum, ID, 83340 United StatesOrflo Technologies is a life sciences company developing and marketing powerful yet simple instrumentation to the cell and protein analysis industries. At the core of Orflo’s instrumentation is a patent protected µFlow Cell Cassette. Through the unique combination of impedance (Coulter Principle) and fluorescence based flow Cytometry Orflo’s instruments provide an informative and intuitive window into cell analysis by directly measuring fluorescence and cell volume simultaneously. This coupled with the industry leading ease of use, affordability, elimination of all fluidics and maintenance will enable a significant increase in the pace of experimentation, testing and ultimately discovery. The first product developed by ORFLO was licensed to a third-party and launched in 2010 as the first of its kind hand-held cell counter. After this product received many industry awards for innovation, and high accolades from the user community, ORFLO looked to extend, single use cell counting to flow cytometry and multiplex bead based assays for cell and protein research. With the launch of the Moxi Flow and zEPI Flow platforms ORFLO's offering enables researchers to run powerful cell and protein analysis; apoptosis, multiplexedflow cytometry, viability, RFP transfection efficiency checks, Cell Cycle, phagocytosis, multiplexed cytokine analysis, right in their hood, with little to no training required. ORFLO continues to innovate and build on their extensive patent portfolio, keeping their mission as their number one priority, "Increasing your pace of discovery."

Pathology Associates Medical Laboratories (PAML)

980 Ironwood Drive Coeur d'Alene, ID, 83814 United States

Radiant Research

6300 Glenwood StreetRadiant Research offers phase I-IV clinical research services including project management, quality assurance, biostatistics, and clinical monitoring with expertise in dermatology, endocrinology, infectious disease, and metabolism.

Sonora Clinical Research

1520 W State St # 221, Boise, ID 83702Sonora Clinical Research has been specializing in providing quality clinical research in Boise, Idaho and the surrounding area since 2003. Sonora has coordinated over 70 studies since our beginning and currently employ 6 employees, 2 RN contractors as well as one Quality Assurance Director. Study coordinators are certified in clinical research once they become eligible to take the accredited exam, ensuring the highest quality of data and patient care. Currently Sonora works with physicians in the Treasure Valley to provide assistance and support in conducting their clinical trials. Sonora has grown to become a multi-specialty research center, each year performing studies for conditions in the specialties of family medicine, diabetes, chronic pain, arthritis and rheumatology. Our study physicians are all board certified in specialties ranging from family practice medicine, emergency medicine and pain management.

Sonora Clinical Research

1520 W State St # 221, Boise, , ID, 83702 United StatesSonora Clinical Research has been specializing in providing quality clinical research in Boise, Idaho and the surrounding area since 2003. Sonora has coordinated over 70 studies since our beginning and currently employ 6 employees, 2 RN contractors as well as one Quality Assurance Director. Study coordinators are certified in clinical research once they become eligible to take the accredited exam, ensuring the highest quality of data and patient care. Currently Sonora works with physicians in the Treasure Valley to provide assistance and support in conducting their clinical trials. Sonora has grown to become a multi-specialty research center, each year performing studies for conditions in the specialties of family medicine, diabetes, chronic pain, arthritis and rheumatology. Our study physicians are all board certified in specialties ranging from family practice medicine, emergency medicine and pain management.

SysChem

2900 N Government Way Suite 228SysChem offers contract manufacturing and custom synthesis services.

Strictly Personal - The Personal Care Marketing Experts

1929 Roop Road Cocolalla ID 83813Linda Gearke, CEO and Owner of Strictly Personal – The Personal Care Marketing Experts has 20+ years of experience in the cosmetics industry, including expertise in the formulation, technology assessment, development, branding and marketing of skin care, hair care, bath and body and a broad variety of other personal care products. Strictly Personal is a highly successful, full-service global personal care product development and marketing company with a profound passion for natural, anti-aging and innovative technology application. Dedicated to the needs of the entrepreneur, major corporation or celebrity with a desire to launch their own unique skin care, cosmetic, hair care or other personal care product or product line. Long established vendor relationships with chemists, dermatologists, package suppliers, as well as contract custom and private label manufacturers helps us to offer clients the international targeted resources needed to support the complexities of successfully launching a product line from concept to distribution, thereby saving clients money, time and the headaches involved in selecting sub-standard contractors in efforts to successfully and cost-effectively launch a product line. EXTRAORDINARY AREAS OF EXPERTISE INCLUDE: Insightful competitive market analysis and product reviews to ensure strong brand positioning. Guides custom or private label formula development. Assist with component selection; sourcing highest quality raw materials; label, graphics and web site design; profitability pricing products for retail; field and stability testing; regulatory issues; technical, marketing, sales and pricing strategy; superb marketing copy-writing; business plans; distribution channels. Among her corporate positions within the industry, Linda Gearke was brand Manager and Director of Product Development for Minneapolis-based Regis Corporation and its mall-based salons, as well Director of the Personal Care Products Division at Conklin Company, Minneapolis. She also served as a retail sales advisor and product application trainer at Aveda. SPECIALTIES: Strictly Personal can help with any aspect of sustainable skin care product formulation, natural, green shampoo, conditioner and styling product formulation, or the development of any eco-friendly personal care products (anti-aging skin care: serums, creams, hair care, hand/foot care, hand cream, color cosmetics including nail polish, eye shadow, lipstick, bath & body, soaps, candles, vitamins, nutritional bars and drinks, etc.,) or service. Core markets are the USA, Europe (EU) and Canada.

Strictly Personal - The Personal Care Marketing Experts

1929 Roop Road Cocolalla, ID, 83813 United StatesLinda Gearke, CEO and Owner of Strictly Personal – The Personal Care Marketing Experts has 20+ years of experience in the cosmetics industry, including expertise in the formulation, technology assessment, development, branding and marketing of skin care, hair care, bath and body and a broad variety of other personal care products. Strictly Personal is a highly successful, full-service global personal care product development and marketing company with a profound passion for natural, anti-aging and innovative technology application. Dedicated to the needs of the entrepreneur, major corporation or celebrity with a desire to launch their own unique skin care, cosmetic, hair care or other personal care product or product line. Long established vendor relationships with chemists, dermatologists, package suppliers, as well as contract custom and private label manufacturers helps us to offer clients the international targeted resources needed to support the complexities of successfully launching a product line from concept to distribution, thereby saving clients money, time and the headaches involved in selecting sub-standard contractors in efforts to successfully and cost-effectively launch a product line. EXTRAORDINARY AREAS OF EXPERTISE INCLUDE: Insightful competitive market analysis and product reviews to ensure strong brand positioning. Guides custom or private label formula development. Assist with component selection; sourcing highest quality raw materials; label, graphics and web site design; profitability pricing products for retail; field and stability testing; regulatory issues; technical, marketing, sales and pricing strategy; superb marketing copy-writing; business plans; distribution channels. Among her corporate positions within the industry, Linda Gearke was brand Manager and Director of Product Development for Minneapolis-based Regis Corporation and its mall-based salons, as well Director of the Personal Care Products Division at Conklin Company, Minneapolis. She also served as a retail sales advisor and product application trainer at Aveda. SPECIALTIES: Strictly Personal can help with any aspect of sustainable skin care product formulation, natural, green shampoo, conditioner and styling product formulation, or the development of any eco-friendly personal care products (anti-aging skin care: serums, creams, hair care, hand/foot care, hand cream, color cosmetics including nail polish, eye shadow, lipstick, bath & body, soaps, candles, vitamins, nutritional bars and drinks, etc.,) or service. Core markets are the USA, Europe (EU) and Canada.

Sapidyne Instruments

700 W. Diamond St. Boise, Idaho 83705 USASapidyne Instruments Inc. was founded in 1995 to manufacture and market instruments based on Kinetic Exclusion Assay (KinExA®) technology. KinExA instruments are the most accurate and sensitive biosensors available on the market to detect and quantify biological interactions. In addition to selling and leasing KinExA instruments, we also perform contract research at our headquarters in Boise, Idaho. With over 25 years of experience, we have the expertise needed to accurately characterize your binding pairs. Material measurement services provide a reliable and cost-effective way to obtain affinity and kinetic values from a trusted source. Our scientists can accurately characterize a wide variety of binding interactions such as antibody-antigen, protein-protein, antibody-cell surface receptors, and more. These services are ideal for organizations that require third-party verification, measurement for a special project, or have high affinity interactions and need the most accurate affinity and kinetics data available in the industry.

Sapidyne Instruments

700 West Diamond Street Boise, ID, 83705 United StatesSapidyne Instruments Inc. was founded in 1995 to manufacture and market instruments based on Kinetic Exclusion Assay (KinExA®) technology. KinExA instruments are the most accurate and sensitive biosensors available on the market to detect and quantify biological interactions. In addition to selling and leasing KinExA instruments, we also perform contract research at our headquarters in Boise, Idaho. With over 25 years of experience, we have the expertise needed to accurately characterize your binding pairs. Material measurement services provide a reliable and cost-effective way to obtain affinity and kinetic values from a trusted source. Our scientists can accurately characterize a wide variety of binding interactions such as antibody-antigen, protein-protein, antibody-cell surface receptors, and more. These services are ideal for organizations that require third-party verification, measurement for a special project, or have high affinity interactions and need the most accurate affinity and kinetics data available in the industry.

Unicep Packaging

1702 Industrial Drive, Sandpoint, ID 83864 USAUnicep Packaging offers contract compounding and packaging solutions to the health care industry.

Unicep Packaging

Sandpoint, ID, 83864 United StatesUnicep Packaging offers contract compounding and packaging solutions to the health care industry.

United State Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service - Northwest Watershed Management Research

800 PARK BOULEVARD PLAZA IV, SUITE 105, Boise ID 83712To provide knowledge and technology for management of semi-arid rangeland watersheds; to quantitatively describe the hydrologic processes and interactive influences of climate, soils, vegetation, topography, and management on rangeland watershed systems; to develop information, simulation models, and tools that can be used by action agencies and producers in determining optimum management strategies; and to maintain long-term databases for scientific applications.

United State Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service - Northwest Watershed Management Research

800 North 4th Street Boise, ID, 83702 United StatesTo provide knowledge and technology for management of semi-arid rangeland watersheds; to quantitatively describe the hydrologic processes and interactive influences of climate, soils, vegetation, topography, and management on rangeland watershed systems; to develop information, simulation models, and tools that can be used by action agencies and producers in determining optimum management strategies; and to maintain long-term databases for scientific applications.