In a recent study, Colorado State University researchers proved the polymer known as LAPAM is effective as a temporary, economical sealant for reducing irrigation water loss. This research could not only reduce water loss, it could prevent water and soil degradation.
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CSU researchers and partners completed one of the largest and most comprehensive stormwater studies ever conducted.
Researchers at CSU’s One Water Solutions Institute have developed a tool that assesses stormwater control measures for a selected municipal area.
A crew of CSU students worked early mornings and weekends, in all sorts of weather, to help keep campus open throughout the pandemic and academic year.
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering will welcome graduate students from the Asian Institute of Technology, who will study with CSU faculty known for their expertise in water resources.
Colorado State University researchers have developed a process to streamline bridge inspections and make them more objective and quantitative.
Aditi Bhaskar and Mahdi Nikdast were recognized with the NSF’s most prestigious early-career faculty award, for their potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and to lead advances in their fields.
Health care systems could save lives and minimize losses by optimizing resource allocation and implementing mitigation strategies, according to two new studies by Colorado State University researchers.
Four CSU researchers will interpret NASA data for public benefit as part of NASA’s Health and Air Quality Applied Sciences Team.
Three professors from the Civil and Environmental Engineering and Systems Engineering Departments have received a $529,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to make wave farms more competitive by optimizing their performance.