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Univ. of Wyoming’s Winter Moose Day A Success
Univ. of Wyoming’s Winter Moose Day A Success
Univ. of Wyoming’s Winter Moose Day A Success
For the eighth year running, community scientists helped track moose populations in the mountains outside of Laramie for Winter Moose Day. Fifty-five surveyors, using snowshoes or skis, trekked 25 routes in the Snowy Range and Pole Mountain areas during the Feb...
Univ. of Wyoming Offering Grants for Sponsored Nuclear Research
Univ. of Wyoming Offering Grants for Sponsored Nuclear Research
Univ. of Wyoming Offering Grants for Sponsored Nuclear Research
The Nuclear Energy Research Center (NERC) in the University of Wyoming’s School of Energy Resources (SER) is seeking proposals from UW faculty members currently receiving or pursuing sponsored research for nuclear-related projects. Physical and social science proposals are encouraged for two mini-grant opportunities related to faculty research, with the purpose to provide summer salary to faculty
Univ. of Wyoming Survey Looks At Wyoming’s Energy Future
Univ. of Wyoming Survey Looks At Wyoming’s Energy Future
Univ. of Wyoming Survey Looks At Wyoming’s Energy Future
A new study from the University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources (SER) Center for Energy Regulation and Policy Analysis (CERPA) looked into Wyoming residents’ views on achieving a net-zero carbon energy economy. The survey, which was conducted at the request of the U.S. De...
Univ. of Wyoming’s IMPACT 307 Gets New Home at LCCC
Univ. of Wyoming’s IMPACT 307 Gets New Home at LCCC
Univ. of Wyoming’s IMPACT 307 Gets New Home at LCCC
The University of Wyoming’s business incubator network, IMPACT 307, is getting a new home on the Cheyenne campus of Laramie County Community College (LCCC). IMPACT 307, which was launched as the Wyoming Technology Business Center in 2005, focuses on the creation of innovative and scalable businesses, and it has been working with LCCC on the Southeast Wyoming Innovation Launchpad (SEWYIL) since ear

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