The College of Natural Sciences is committed to the advancement of scientific knowledge, preparing the next generation of educated citizenry, and creating impact in the global community. Here at the college, more than 180 faculty and more than 190 staff work to promote excellence, diversity, and inclusion on all levels – to ensure that discovery begins here.
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Researchers at Colorado State University have developed a new imagining technique that shows key cellular interactions over time and space in a way that was not previously possible.
Francisco R. Ortega and Vinayak Prabhu have received NSF’s most prestigious early-career award to address multidisciplinary challenges in fundamental areas such as human-to-machine communication and applying critical thinking to real-world systems.
“Robert Paton, a professor of chemistry at Colorado State University, was awarded the inaugural Fixman-Ladanyi Professorship in Chemistry… “Rob is becoming ‘the’ person sought after for collaboration in computational organic chemistry. He is a dedicated and thoughtful teacher, and he is a valuable department citizen. Dr. Paton’s well-rounded excellence sets a high standard for the Fixman-Ladanyi Professorship.””
Winning projects include virtual forest bathing, heat island mapping, and a data visualization tool even your grandma can use.