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The 28th Annual Math, Science, and Technology Day introduced young students to Colorado State University, the world of science, and the connections between science and Latinx culture.
Researchers led by biology professor Cameron Ghalambor are launching a study of microgeographic adaptation strategies of island scrub-jays, North America’s only island-endemic bird.
The CSU Observatory will host free public astronomy viewing nights the first and third Friday of each month.
Before dawn on Wednesday, Jan. 31, a rare total lunar eclipse will be visible from Colorado. CSU’s Little Shop of Physics will host a free Lunar Eclipse Party with telescopes on the West Lawn of the LSC from 5:30 a.m. to 7:13 a.m.