Live at Folsom: Dead & Company
Dead & Company returns to Folsom Field in June for two concerts. Last July the band, which includes three Grateful Dead members and John Mayer, performed Folsom’s first live music shows in 15 years. More than 50,000 people attended. As of early February, the Dead & Co. concerts were Folsom’s only scheduled musical performances for 2017. Tickets for the June 9 and 10 concerts are available at cubuffs.com.
Seen Around Campus
Normalize vectors, not hate."
— Sign displayed by Mathematicians Against Division, an informal campus group, before a Jan. 25 campus talk by Milo Yiannopoulos titled “Why Ugly People Hate Me.”
Seeding the Clouds
CU Boulder researchers have begun a three-year project to generate more winter snowfall in southwestern Idaho with the aim of producing greater river runoff for Western hydroelectric dams.
Using aircraft, the scientists will seed clouds with silver iodide to stimulate snowflake formation and measure effects.
The experiment is called Seeded and Natural Orographic Wintertime Clouds — the Idaho Experiment, or SNOWIE. Supported by the National Science Foundation, it also involves University of Wyoming and University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign researchers.
Read more about the project at colorado.edu. Search “cloud seeding.”
Photo by Glenn Asakawa