60,000 times a second, NIST’s internet time service sets computer clocks and networked timekeeping devices. Every time you log on to the internet, your computer reaches out to NIST automatically to set it internal clock.
May 30th, 2017
Science News: Proposed 2018 Budget has Extreme Cuts to Basic Research
May 7th, 2017
NOAA Launches Online Western Regional Climate Research Database
April 6th, 2017
Innovation in Infectious Disease Research: Challenges & Opportunities Symposium, Ft Collins June 7-9, 2017
CO-LABS educates the public, businesses, educational organizations, and government entities about the value of the federally funded laboratories, creates connections between these sectors, and supports retention and expansion of Colorado's scientific resources.
Advancing Colorado's global competitiveness through an interactive, widely supported community of federally funded laboratories, universities, and business.
The CO-LABS consortium includes Colorado federal research laboratories, research universities, state and local governments, economic development organizations, private businesses and nonprofit organizations. It conducts economic analysis, encourages technology collaboration and provides education programming. Colorado’s research laboratories are often called upon to solve state, national, and global issues. CO-LABS plays an important role in bringing together the collective research and development expertise from Colorado.
Established in 2007, CO-LABS is a tax exempt 501c3 that relies on donations from its partners and the public to fund its activities. To find out more about becoming a CO-LABS partner contact Executive Director Dan Powers at 720-389-0455 or firstname.lastname@example.org.