March lives up to its reputation as the Front Range’s snowiest month with classic after-Spring-Break blizzard.
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General Motors CEO Mary Barra had pizzas “pies” stealthily sent to the students in recognition of their hard work on the international green vehicle competition.
The award recognizes outstanding contributions to the chemistry of fluorine, the lightest halogen and most reactive chemical element in the periodic table.
Peccoud, the new Abell Endowed Chair in Synthetic Biology, is researching the improved manufacture of biologics.
The Tri-Ethnic Center for Prevention Research has been awarded a five-year, $2.98 million grant to conduct surveys with middle and high school Native youth.
The associate professor in chemical and biological engineering recently finished a sabbatic year at Naresuan University in Thailand.
Undergraduate researchers are invited to compete for prizes at Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity, April 18.
Researchers from various disciplines have joined an official partnership to support Rwanda’s transformation from an agrarian economy to one buoyed by strategic deployment of science and technology infrastructure.
The Death Valley super bloom happens once every 20 years, and CSU botanists weren’t about to miss this one.
The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network kicks off its annual ‘March Madness’ contest March 1.