CSU experts can discuss Hurricane Patricia.
National Medal of Science winner May Berenbaum will speak about the essential role that insects play in promoting plant biodiversity at the 16th annual Thornton-Massa lecture Nov. 1.
Chemists have developed a tool for putting molecules together faster, paving the way for better pharmaceutical and materials processing.
Colorado State University’s fifth annual Natural Gas Symposium, hosted by the CSU Energy Institute, will take place Oct. 27-28 in the Lory Student Center.
John L. Hall, who shared the 2005 Nobel Prize in Physics, will deliver a public talk Oct. 26.
Colorado State University student researchers have invented a low-cost method for transforming used fry oil – dumped or recycled by restaurants by the gallon – into a valuable plant hormone chock-full of energy molecules.
The public is invited to a ceremony marking the groundbreaking for the new biology and chemistry research buildings.
Shashi Shekhar, from the University of Minnesota, will present the next ISTeC Distinguished Lectures on Oct. 19.