Denver Water supplies 1.5 million people with one of life’s necessities. But, first, the utility runs more than 200,000 tests per year to ensure the safety of household water. CSU Spur will become the nexus of that work when the utility’s water quality laboratory moves to the Hydro building.
The new virtual reality laboratory in the Vida building features a program that’s improving anatomy education worldwide. Visitors may pull on headsets and learn with the Virtual Animal Anatomy program developed at Colorado State University’s top-ranked veterinary school.
CSU Spur continues to bloom with opening of the Terra building; Hydro is ahead. The Denver campus spurs innovation through public education, research, and community outreach – starting by hooking schoolkids on college and careers in the critical fields of food, water, and health.