On Tuesday, all eyes were on Hurricane Ian, a category 4 (and possibly higher) hurricane about to hit the southwest coast of Florida and the surrounding region.
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The custom-built, high-intensity flow-through photochemical reactor is being integrated into the university’s wider coronavirus and other research efforts, as it can be used to inactivate many types of viruses and pathogens.
CSU researchers report the first-ever direct observations of size-resolved ice nucleating particles in the central Arctic, spanning the entire sea ice growth and decline cycle.
Just like coughing, sneezing, talking and singing, playing wind instruments can spread respiratory particles that may carry the COVID-19 virus, according to a new CSU study.
Two recent CSU grads have received 2022 Activate Fellowships, awarded to entrepreneurs who are springboarding great technologies into marketable ones.
The team is spending this summer getting to the bottom of how and why the most violent rainstorms in the world occur.
Returning decades later as commencement speaker for the college he graduated from is a “once in a lifetime” opportunity for which Dickinson expressed deep gratitude.
“I have always made it a point to push past my comfort zones and actively participate in presentations and outreach events, and I am proud to say that my classmates have always been exceptionally welcoming and great to work with.”
Dickinson is a four-star general in the U.S. Army and a 1985 alumnus of the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering.