Ryan Bailey is investigating the origination of buildup-inducing salt in irrigation water that leads to crop yield reduction.
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The CSU Energy Institute is kicking off the semester with a Clean Tech Startup Pitch-Fest. Join us on Jan. 31 at the CSU Powerhouse Energy Campus to pitch a clean tech business idea to form a startup on the spot!
Dewberry, a privately held professional services firm, announced that Sean O’Connell, PE, has been hired in its Denver, Colorado, office as the department manager of the water/wastewater facilities group.
As part of an international competition, the Colorado State University International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) team is leveraging expertise in synthetic biology to propose a solution to antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Somewhere along her path to becoming one of few women executives in her field, Tina Larson found her voice. It didn’t come easily, but she’s working to make the engineering field a more welcoming environment for women.
With funding from his Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute pilot grant, Jesse Wilson sought to develop a new technique for noninvasive skin imaging using laser microscopy
The JPB Environmental Health Fellows Program has selected a new cohort, including Colorado State University’s own Ellison Carter, assistant professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Storms often flood towns and destroy vineyards in the Argentina’s booming wine industry, but remain poorly understood. About 160 atmospheric scientists have descended on central Argentina to improve severe weather warnings, so that people know to avoid areas where flash floods are likely.
Mechanical engineering alumnus Todd Filsinger’s career took him to Puerto Rico, where he’s working to restore the country’s power and infrastructure after two 2017 hurricanes.
A good winter could be in store for southern Colorado ski resorts that endured drought last season, thanks to a reappearance of the climate phenomenon known as El Niño in the Pacific Ocean.