“Feathers in Flight: The Bird Genoscape Project” is a National Geographic film featuring CSU’s innovative research focusing on bird migration and conservation.
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As technological advances yield complex data such as motion tracking, professional teams are turning to sports analytics to gain a competitive advantage over their adversaries.
With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in spring 2020, public health experts increasingly sought statisticians for their expertise.
Brandon Paez is a third-year clinical and counseling psychology student at Colorado State University, the student chair of the President’s Multicultural Student Advisory Committee, and, at his core, a change maker.
While SACNAS was initially meant to bring representation to a few minority groups, it has evolved to become inclusive of all minoritized groups in STEM.
Ross Beveridge, a professor in the Department of Computer Sciences, will focus on bringing sight capabilities to AI partners for application in K-12 education.
Researchers found that the nucleocapsid protein in the SARS-CoV-2 virus may be associated with packaging of viral RNA and may reduce an infected cell’s anti-viral stress response.
Koch has been at the forefront of policy since the 2016 elections. Despite the challenge of political activism, she recognized a need to bridge the political and scientific worlds, and she attempted to fill it.
Ariana Mims is shaping the future of computer science by paving the way for other women and people of color.
This online course is meant to give students in all majors applicable, hands-on skills in data analysis and to prepare them for highly analytical upper division courses.