CSU engineers have developed a treatment train for a PFAS compound best known by its trade name, GenX.
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Now more than ever, climate researchers are turning to trainable, data-nimble computer programs as tools for improving climate models, weather forecasting and more.
A team of engineers and social scientists are developing radical new technologies and methods for assessing worker exposure to occupational air pollutants.
Take a look back at the naming ceremony for Walter Scott, Jr., the philanthropist and alumnus who gave the largest gift in CSU history.
A new study by CSU engineers demonstrates a need to rethink the nation’s priority order of bridge repair.
Climatologists have just certified the largest hailstone, highest temperature, and lowest atmospheric pressure ever recorded in the state’s record-keeping history.
A multi-institutional, CSU-led team has been awarded $5.1 million from the Department of Energy to tackle the problem of organic waste.
A CSU team found strong links between short-term exposure to air pollution and aggressive behavior, in the form of aggravated assaults and other violent crimes.
The experimental spillway, constructed by CSU civil engineers, is a test bed for an ambitious dam-raising project in Boulder County.
Creamean will spend about four months floating with the ship toward the North Pole, collecting thousands of ice, snow, seawater, and air samples.