This project is part of Wyoming's Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (WY EPSCoR), which is designed to fulfill the mandate of the National Science Foundation (NSF) to promote scientific progress nationwide.
Dulcinea Groff to Receive ESA’s Cooper Award. April 19, 2022. University of Wyoming.
2022 Wind River Startup Challenge Accepting Applications. November 1, 2021, University of Wyoming
Micro Graduate Students Receive Biodiversity Institute Research Grants. October 19, 2021, University of Wyoming.
Two Winners Receive Funding from UW’s MECSL Competition. June 7, 2021, University of Wyoming.
Climate study predicts life-altering changes for Greater Yellowstone. April 27, 2021, WyoFile.
UW’s Shoemaker Named ESA Early Career Fellow, March 25, 2021. University of Wyoming Institutional Communications.
Science Loves Art distributing art kits across the state, Aug 11, 2019, Laramie Boomerang
More than meets the eye: snowpack and microbes, Aug 4, 2019. Laramie Boomerang
Warming Climate May Have Detrimental Effects on Microbes in Alpine Streams, May 31, 2019, Wyoming Public Radio
UW Launches a new Data Science Center. Feb 20, 2019. University of Wyoming Institutional Communications.
Opinion Column Believing in the Scientific Process. Jan 28, 2019, Cody Enterprise
Wyoming EPSCoR Announces Four New Hires Through Micro. Nov 7, 2018, University of Wyoming Institutional Communications
Dare to Dream, Micro faculty work with high school students in collaboration with the WY State Science Fair. Fall 2018, UWYO Magazine
The Ancient Memory of Microbes, Wyoming Public Radio & Media put together a long piece on the Micro project, we're curious to unlock the history, structure, and function of these organisms across the state. July 24, 2018
UW's Microbial Research is Underway. July 10, 2018, University of Wyoming Institutional Communications
Wyoming Receives $20 Million Grant to Study Microbes. Dec 25, 2017, Wyoming Tribune Eagle