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.
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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).
Researchers are fairly certain that singing and playing band instruments produce “particles of concern,” said John Volckens, a Colorado State University mechanical engineering professor who is a lead researcher on the similar Aerosols Emissions Study (Colorado Sun).
Mechanical engineers at CSU are working to make propane engines as energy efficient and cost effective as diesel.
CSU alumna Tina Larson and her colleagues at Recursion have assisted with the body of research on COVID-19.
Former CSU electrical and computer engineering student Ian Bernstein has created two robotics companies including one that is now helping with the COVID crisis.
The Campos EPC First Generation Engineering Scholarship, established with a $250,000 gift to the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering, will provide $10,000 scholarships for first-generation students with the greatest need over the next two years.
The American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) has honored the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering at Colorado State University with the Bronze Award for its diversity and inclusion efforts.
Jacqui Goldring is the Career Center Student Supervisor of the Year – one of nine Career Impact Award honorees selected by the Career Center out of 140 campus-wide nominations.
CSU scientists in four colleges are members of a national academic partnership to advance innovative approaches that promote human health in homes.