“I think the frequency of these kinds of summers where we get in these hot, dry conditions is probably going to increase,” State Climatologist Russ Schumacher told Colorado Public Radio.
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Chemical and Biological Engineering Professor Brad Reisfeld has an EPA grant to build a sensor that will identify harmful algal blooms.
Rachael Johnson is developing a math “boot camp” for first-year students as part of her iAspire training grant.
Michelle Hefner is busy with studies, research and advocacy, but you won’t hear her complain.
Nearly 700 students in the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering talked with 64 employers virtually at the college’s semi-annual Career Fair October 1.
Assistant Professor Joshua Chan has received a rising-star award from Oak Ridge Associated Universities.
Stu Tobet and Ketul Popat have been appointed director and associate director, respectively, of the School of Biomedical Engineering, which includes 70 faculty from four colleges.
Jason Quinn will participate in a new NSF Engineering Research Center at Utah State modeling the performance and sustainability of electric transportation.
Mechanical engineering alumnus Gary Johnson oversees a team of about 150 engineers and scientists who have designed and developed nasopharyngeal swabs for Applied Medical in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Susan DeLong, a civil engineering professor at Colorado State University involved in the testing program, said public health officials will need to use this kind of data alongside tests gathered the old-fashioned way, by sticking a swab up someone’s nose (NPR/KUNC).