Fert’s fundamental work has helped make possible the modern hard drive, and he continues to advance the field of physics.
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Klee’s lecture, “Why Don’t My Tomatoes Have Any Flavor? A Case Study in Industrial Agriculture” is the 18th annual Thornton-Massa Lecture and is free and open to the public.
Deffenbacher is supporting a new scholarship endowment created in his name to help exceptional students eliminate the financial anxiety that can surround a college education.
Tom Heidenfelder has spent decades in the computer industry, rising from programmer to consultant, using his acumen – and unfailing attention to detail – to help major companies improve their systems. Thanks to his early training at CSU.
Thanks to the support of donors, the College of Natural Sciences awarded more than 275 scholarships and fellowships to students this academic year, which was celebrated at this year’s record-breaking luncheon.
CSU’s Global Biodiversity Center will hold a summit Oct. 11 – 12 in the Lory Student Center.
Renowned molecular biologist and former CSU faculty member Karolin Luger will speak about her research into the structure of the genome 6:30 p.m. Oct. 18 in the LSC Ballroom.
The new Colorado State University Biology Building offers welcoming study spaces, inspiring displays, state-of-the-art classrooms, and cutting-edge research laboratories.
This summer, two Colorado State University faculty members, both from the Department of Psychology, were recognized with awards from the American Psychological Association.
CSU’s Education and Outreach Center is developing a kit that brings glacier science into classrooms — without the melt.