CSU leaders in natural gas engine design and optimization are among a handful of teams nationwide innovating new technologies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in oil, gas and coal industries.
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The NAI Fellows Program highlights academic inventors who have demonstrated a spirit of innovation in creating or facilitating outstanding inventions.
Starting in Fall 2022, students in the San Luis Valley can enroll in an accredited bachelor’s degree program from CSU’s Department of Mechanical Engineering.
Air pollution researcher Jack Kodros answered some questions about his recent study on the use of N95 respirators during wildfires.
The study, launched early in the pandemic, sought to determine the extent to which singers, musicians and actors emit aerosols, and whether those emissions could be quantified.
The mission, led by atmospheric scientist Susan van den Heever, is called INCUS and is expected to launch in 2027 as part of NASA’s Earth Venture Program.
The agreement, made official at an Oct. 26 signing ceremony at Woodward Inc., streamlines the transfer process for students who wish to complete their first two years of coursework at a community college.
In what would prove to be one of his final acts with CSU, Walter Scott, Jr. chose to expand the existing Scott Scholars Program for undergraduate engineering students, committing through his foundation an additional $11.4 million toward the program.
Engineers are working toward sustainable treatment of high-salinity byproducts from water purification processes like reverse osmosis
AGU Fellows serve as global leaders and experts who have propelled the world’s understanding of geosciences.