The Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory will host the 21st Century Energy Transition Symposium, May 4-5 and 14.
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Mechanical engineering researchers have provided the most detailed accounting to date of the industry’s greenhouse gas emissions.
Early in the pandemic, a CSU team set out to quantify the dynamics of how aerosols like viruses travel from one person to another, under different circumstances.
The campaign, Science Moms, tugs at the fierce protective instincts of its target demographic: mothers.
Two CSU professors in engineering received the honor for demonstrating “a spirit of innovation in creating or facilitating outstanding inventions.”
The two-day virtual workshop will delve into the rapidly evolving science around how the virus spreads.
Mechanical engineers used a twisted-and-coiled actuator to generate programmable motion in a soft robot.
Dylan Bush’s favorite activity is swinging on swings. CSU student engineers built him one as their final senior design project.
They’ve received a grant from the Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute under the COVID-19-Related Research Pilot program.
A new modeling tool could help city planners and emergency managers understand the full functionality and recovery of a healthcare system, in the wake of a natural disaster.