Partnering with the city of Tallahassee, researchers are designing a self-reliant, resilient electric system that can better withstand the next Category 5 storm.
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Mobile plume tracking, led by Colorado State University air pollution experts, is a key technology in Broomfield’s ongoing Air Quality Testing Program.
CSU engineers studied why certain membrane designs used in membrane distillation work better than others.
A Colorado State University experimental satellite is still operating after more than one year in low-Earth orbit after meeting all its benchmarks for demonstrating small-satellite weather forecasting capabilities during its first 90 days.
The CSU team will pit their custom-made, liquid-fueled rocket against those of more than 122 collegiate teams.
The Professional Science Master’s in Biomanufacturing and Biotechnology will be the first such degree offered by the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering.
Researchers have developed imaging technology and computational analyses to visualize viral frameshifting at the level of single molecules in living cells.
Air pollution researcher Ellison Carter is on a team that’s trying to measure the coal ban’s effects on household energy use, indoor air quality and air pollution exposures, and overall well-being of residents.
In collaboration with Loughborough University, CSU researchers have reported a key breakthrough in how the performance of cadmium telluride thin-film solar cells is improved by the addition of selenium.
After receiving her degree in mechanical engineering, Benson will head to the African nation of Lesotho, where she’ll serve for two years as a math teacher with the Peace Corps.