CO-LABS & Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper Honor Groundbreaking Scientists and Their Research –
Annual Event Celebrates Colorado’s Top Scientists and Engineers for Projects Having a Significant Impact on Society
October 6, 2016 – Denver, CO – From the furthest reaches of space to the smallest quantum particles to measurements of atmospheric gases and assessment of human B cell antibodies – world-class research projects in these fields of study were celebrated at the CO-LABS 2016 Governor’s Award for High-Impact Research event on October 6, 2016. Governor John Hickenlooper remarked about the profound “culture of discovery” within Colorado’s federal research labs and universities to the nearly 200 supporters of science gathered in the Ricketson Auditorium at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
In its eighth year, the event gathers scientists, researchers, entrepreneurs, business leaders and government officials with highlight videos, keynote speakers and a reception including the Museum’s compelling Space Odyssey exhibit. The event is supported by numerous sponsors, foremost being the Presenting Sponsor The Alliance for Sustainable Energy.
Read more at co-labs.org/news/governor-s-awards-2016