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    • Colorado School of Mines Launches Biotech Undergraduate Degree

      A new undergraduate degree program at Colorado School of Mines will prepare students to harness the power of biology and mathematics to address the next generation of challenges in healthcare, energy and the environment. The Bachelor of Science in Quantitative Biosciences and Engineering will begin enrolling students this fall. The new program will provide a rigorous Mines education at the interface of biology, mathematics, computer science, physics and chemistry, focused on the quantitative skills and mindset needed for impactful careers in medicine and biomedical fields, as well as bioenergy, biomaterials, bioengineering, biomechanics, bioenvironmental and biophysical engineering. “Graduates of the Quantitative Biosciences and Engineering Program will be uniquely equipped to tackle the challenges we will face today and in the not-too-distant future, including the impact of the data revolution and Big Data,” said Brian Trewyn, associate professor of chemistry. “Simply put, there is a need for graduates who can both use a micropipette in the laboratory and write code at the computer terminal – this new bachelor’s degree program will produce such individuals.” READ MORE>>>

    • Wildfire Summit with Colorado Officials

      U.S. Representative Joe Neguse has organized a Wildfire Summit with Colorado Senators Michael Bennet and John Hickenlooper, and Governor Jared Polis as well as dozens of agency officials and elected officials to hear from citizens, scientists and experts about the problems associated with wildfires and to seek collaborative solutions. What did we learn in 2020 and where do we go from here? Thursday, February 18, 2021 12:00 - 1:00 pm public panel with Rep. Neguse, Governor Polis, Senators Bennet and Hickenlooper and guests 1:00 - 5:00 pm expert panels RSVP for the public program here. AGENDA DETAILS: CO-LABS Executive Director Dan Powers will be moderating the panel on The Science of Wildfires with these experts: Dr. Jennifer Balch, Director of Earth Lab & Fellow in CIRES, University Director of the USGS North Central Climate Adaptation Science Center, & Associate Professor in the Department of Geography, The University of Colorado-Boulder Dr. Christine Wiedinmyer, Associate Director for Science at CIRES and Research Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Colorado Boulder Dr. Sara Brown, Forest Service (RMRS) Program Manager, Fire, Fuels, and Smoke Science Program Brett Wolk, Assistant Director Colorado Forest Restoration Institute, Colorado State University Dr. Michelle Newcomer, Research Scientist, Climate & Ecosystem Sciences at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab We will update this page with the videos on-demand as they are available

    • Feb. 9: The State of Space 2021

      Colorado's research ecosystem is one of the most robust in the country when it comes to aerospace technologies, with a deep mix of college, university, federal labs, the military and private sector technology companies working in a sophisticated network to rapidly advance our space-based economy and defense capabilities. On February 9, 2021, Tom Zelibor, Chief Executive Officer of the Space Foundation—the world’s premiere organization dedicated to inspiring, educating, connecting and advocating for the global space community—will offer remarks highlighting the achievements of 2020 and outline future challenges and opportunities. The State of Space 2021 program will showcase five unique perspectives from a select group of space community leaders. Co-Sponsored by CO-LABS Champion member Ball Aerospace. Live at 8:00 AM MST - Check the video on demand at: https://www.spacefoundation.org/events/the-state-of-space/

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    • Partner Events CO-LABS

      CO-LABS Partner Events Road to Recovery Series February 24, 2021 10:00AM online Colorado's Five Leading Manufacturing Sectors - The Backbone of our Economic Recovery. ​ Hosted by the Colorado Business Roundtable, moderated by Tom Bugnitz, CEO of Manufacturer's EDGE. Join us for a panel discussion with some of Colorado’s leading manufacturers as they explore lessons learned over the past year, the changes they anticipate moving forward, and how manufacturing contributes not only to recovery but to the creation of a stronger, more resilient tomorrow. ​ ​ INFO NREL Industry Growth Forum April 20 - 22, 2021 Online In its 26th year, the Industry Growth Forum (IGF) is the premier event for cleantech entrepreneurs, investors, and experts from industry and the public sector to build relationships, showcase innovative technologies, and identify disruptive business solutions. ​ The Industry Growth Forum creates opportunities for productive connections between investors, cleantech entrepreneurs, and the ecosystem of incubators and accelerators that support them. . The 40 investor-selected cleantech startups pitch in their respective tracks, which include: early stage, commercialization stage, growth stage, and emerging markets INFO U.S. Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station Webinars Ongoing, 2021 online Learn from the Forest Service's scientists on these free webinars addressing a range of topics. 2021 themes include Fire severity: mapping past fires and predicting the future; tree regeneration after wildfires, pollinator bioscience, forest inventory analysis, soil erosion prediction tools to allow for better post-fire land management decision-making, many more. INFO C-Level @ Mile High May 6, 2021 Online C-Level @ A Mile High Is Going Virtual! From our friends at the Colorado Technology Association this year's event will include: An #AI-powered matchmaking platform that pairs attendees Pitch rooms to meet Celebrities, hear about their projects and ask questions Speed networking Peer-to-peer networking rooms The opportunity to support CTA's largest annual fundraiser RSVP Required NOAA Innovator Series Ongoing, 2021 online The NOAA Technology Partnerships Office and the NOAA Central Library teamed up to organize a brown bag series that features NOAA and Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) funded technologies The NOAA Central Library Brown Bag program provides an educational forum (hosting over 900 presentations since 1992) for the presentation of ideas, research updates and share news in support of : to understand and predict changes in climate, weather, oceans and coasts; to share that knowledge and information with others; and to conserve and manage coastal and marine ecosystems and resources. NOAA's mission INFO NCAR Explorer Series Ongoing, 2021 online Get the inside scoop on science from National Center for Atmospheric Research scientists. The NCAR Explorer Series includes lectures to learn about the advances their scientists are making in areas of study that stretch from the Earth's oceans, forests, and cities up through the layers of the atmosphere and into the scorching swirls of plasma on the Sun. INFO 21st Century Energy Transition Symposium May 4 & 5, 2021 Online This annual event offers a wide range of science, industry leadership, best practices, common sense regulations and policy implications across a broad spectrum of energy and sustainability issues. ​ the Collaboratory hosted several webinars starting in July. . Also check out from 2020 More info ​ Co-hosts: The four entities that make up the which include University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University, and National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory INFO Colorado Manufacturing Awards June 2021; location TBD The 6th annual Colorado Manufacturing Awards recognize excellence and innovation across the region’s manufacturing industries and economy. ​ The CMA program brings together business leaders in a celebration of the modern manufacturing economy — a multi-industry, consumer and technology-driven sector reshaping America’s rich industrial legacy. Finalists and winners are selected in 15 distinct manufacturing industries. Info & Tickets 36th Annual Space Symposium August 23 - 26, 2021 Colorado Springs The Space Symposium has become widely known as the premier U.S. space policy and program forum and as the “must attend” opportunity for information on and interaction among all sectors of space. ​ Space Symposium attendees consistently represent all sectors of the space community from multiple spacefaring nations: space agencies; commercial space businesses and associated subcontractors; military, national security and intelligence organizations; cyber security organizations; federal and state government agencies and organizations; research and development facilities; think tanks; educational institutions; space entrepreneurs and private space travel providers and more. Info & Tickets 2021 Colorado Science & Engineering Fair April 8, 2021 Online The 2021 Colorado Science and Engineering Fair eill be all virtual. ​ The Colorado State Science Fair, Inc. honors excellence in science, technology, engineering and mathematics; providing opportunities for students from all regions of the state to create and present their research. INFO NOAA ESRL Global Monitoring Annual Conference May 24 - 28, 2021 online The GMAC has become the eGMAC: virtual sessions on recent observations concerning trace gases, aerosols, radiation, ozone, and climate forcing and to provide a forum in which these observations can be relayed and discussed. with various topics of interest to our scientific community. Check the eGMAC virtual seminar series from summer 2020 The sessions include observations related to these themes by both independent and cooperative investigators, and other national and international programs. INFO

    • FAQs | 2020 CO-LABS

      Frequently Asked Questions When was CO-LABS formed? ​ What is a "federal research lab? Who are your members? ​ How can I join? ​ ​ Social Media Followers February 22, 2020 Linked In 204 Instagram 160 YouTube 17 Twitter 629

    • News From Our Network | 2020 CO-LABS

      Feb 1: NOAA Leaders Privately Disowned Agency's Rebuke of Weather Forecasters ​ Emails obtained under public records laws show top leaders scrambling to do damage control in the days after Mr. Trump appeared in the Oval Office on Sept. 4 with an altered map of Hurricane Dorian’s path ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Accessories Make this your own. Add the content you want. Bathroom Make this your own. Add the content you want. Accomplishments Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics at CU Boulder Vases Make this your own. Add the content you want. Kitchenware Make this your own. Add the content you want. Wallpaper Make this your own. Add the content you want. REPORTS ​ WWA Intermountain West Spatial SWE Report ​ ART OF THE TITLE Westword: Power Switch - "....Established in 1974, the U.S. Geological Survey’s Core Research Center houses tens of thousands of rock cores, cylindrical sections of earth extracted from boreholes all over the West. Its repository is open to everyone, but the vast majority of its cores come from oil and gas wells, and most of its visitors are industry geologists who pore over its samples with special tools, looking for secrets in the rock...." Sept. 19, 2019 Read the article on the evolution of Colorado's fossil fuel era Sources of News from our Network ​ AAAS CBSA CTA ARPA-E Silicon Flatirons PPI Center NWCCG FedScoop Colorado Space Coalition CBRT CSBR JISEA SSURF OSTP Platte River Networks Boulder Chamber Longmont EDC Metro Denver EDC EDCC Catalyst Campus CSEF Innosphere FLC OEDIT FRIPS World Trade Center Denver ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

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