Aryn Wilder uses genomic data at the Institute for Conservation Research.
In Spring 2019, the College of Natural Sciences worked to properly dispose of 1,417 electronic devices – everything from typewriters to helium-neon lasers.
CSU’s assistant professor, Jaclyn Stephens, shares in her TEDx Talk about return to play readiness for athletes who have experienced a concussion.
Three speakers will engage each other, telling their stories of diminishing the filter bubbles we all naturally inhabit, and the audience will have an opportunity to participate in the conversation.
Oct. 27 marks this year’s “Halloween Spooktacular,” hosted by the Chemistry Club and Department of Chemistry.
Some 700 people registered to attend this year’s conference, making this the organization’s largest national meeting since 2011.
College of Natural Sciences scholarship recipients and donors celebrate together at the 2019 Scholarship Luncheon.
The three winners of the Chemistry Nobel this year started an enormous field of research that people like me are very excited about contributing to.