SCIENCE

UW Researcher Leads Study of First Quantifiable Observation of Cloud Seeding

LARAMIE -- A University of Wyoming researcher contributed to a paper that demonstrated, for the first time, direct observation of cloud seeding -- from...

WWCC Will Host The 2018 Regional Science Fair, Judged By Local Scientific Experts

SWEETWATER COUNTY -- Western Wyoming Community College is pleased to invite Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) students, grades 6-12, to participate in the...

New Lab Equipment to Reduce Testing Time at Hospital

ROCK SPRINGS -- Some lab tests at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County will soon be turning out results in only hours, greatly reducing the...

UW Researchers Find Domestic Ferrets Are Inbred

LARAMIE -- University of Wyoming researchers studied inbred domestic ferrets and determined the mammals have low genetic diversity on a global scale, according to...

UW Botany Graduate Student is NASA Astronaut Candidate

LARAMIE -- A University of Wyoming master’s degree student is an astronaut candidate with NASA’s Human Exploration Research Analog (HERA). HERA is a unique, three-story...

UW Researchers Show Mountain Lions’ Genetic Connectivity Dangerously Low

LARAMIE -- University of Wyoming researchers contributed to two research papers that focus on the conservation of a dangerously inbred mountain lion population in...

Truman Elementary Students Participate In Water And Soil Lab Event

GREEN RIVER -- The Bureau of Land Management Rock Springs Field Office has been helping with the Water and Soil lab for the Gifted...

South Seas Cannibalism: A Lecture by Charlie Love

Charlie Love, Professor Emeritus at Western Wyoming Community College ROCK SPRINGS—There are still cultures that practice cannibalism, according to Western Wyoming Community College Professor...

UW Professor Participates in Milky Way Project

  LARAMIE — During the past 12 years, NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope and Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) satellite observatory have captured sweeping new views...
June Offers Stargazing Opportunities

June Offers Stargazing Opportunities

  LARAMIE — Nights in Wyoming are the shortest during June. But the evenings are warm and make stargazing a popular activity at the Harry...

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WWCC Hiring Electrical & Instrumentation Technology Instructor

Western Wyoming Community College is looking for an Instructor / Assistant Professor of Electrical & Instrumentation Technology. Job Description The primary responsibility of this individual is to...

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