Free, two-day event takes place in Lory Student Center NOv. 29-30.
The Nov. 30 meeting is an opportunity to ask questions and hear about research initiatives at CSU.
CSU researchers have built a fluorescence-detection microscope that combines three-dimensional and high-resolution image processing.
The electrical and computer engineering professors were recognized for their combined contributions to teaching, research and outreach.
Research expenditures at Colorado State University increased by nearly five percent, to $332 million, in Fiscal Year 2016.
Experts in education, health, defense, computing and energy industries will discuss how they are using virtual reality technology during Colorado State University's first Virtual Reality Symposium, Oct. 21.
The Office of the Vice President for Research has announced funding for Programs of Research and Scholarly Excellence for 2016, with the goal of enhancing research, teaching and service impacts.