Three Colorado State University students participated in the Colorado Science and Engineering Policy Fellowship, a program that places STEM majors in an eight-week summer internship involving STEM policy research, seminars and industry site visits.
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Twenty-four students recently traveled to Ecuador as part of the Range of Motion Project. The experience helped them see how their training can prepare them for careers helping individuals with limb loss.
It is as seemingly inevitable as the wildfires that burn hotter and longer each summer: Smoke from distant (or, in some cases, nearby) fires floats into the mid-valley and can linger for days or weeks.
In May, the School of Biomedical Engineering led a study abroad course in Quito, Ecuador to work with Range of Motion Project volunteers and learn how to build and fit prostheses for patients.
Kimmey is applying his engineering education to real-world medical problems, working with the Range of Motion Project in Ecuador and for Medtronic this summer.
A mobile chemistry lab built on an airplane is about to take flight, helping us learn more about the chemical composition of wildfire smoke.
Ellison Carter is conducting a study to learn more about the impacts of air pollution from household use of solid fuels in rural regions of Beijing, China.
The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network, better known as CoCoRaHS, is celebrating 20 years of collecting rain, hail and snow data to monitor climate.
Temperatures at the surface of the tropical Atlantic Ocean have become remarkably colder than normal. The cold water could have profound impacts on this year’s hurricane season, since warm water is the fuel source for tropical storms.
Associate Professor Christine Chiu and Senior Research Scientist Paul DeMott have been awarded Department of Energy grants for separate projects.