Professor Sue van den Heever has been appointed to co-chair NASA’s Science Advisory Group to guide the implementation of the Decadal Survey study of aerosol and clouds, convection, and precipitation.
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Colorado State University is among 12 teams to join the EcoCAR Mobility Challenge, the fourth in a series of Advanced Vehicle Technology Competitions sponsored by General Motors and the U.S. Department of Energy.
CSU researchers are leading a $2.1 million project as part of an effort led by the Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy to improve the cost-competitiveness and environmental sustainability of microalgae-based fuels and products.
Hurricane Michael was a storm for the record books, and by one measurement was more powerful at landfall than notorious monsters such as Katrina or Andrew.
The High Plains Intermountain Center for Agricultural Health and Safety, which works with the agriculture, forestry and fishing industries, hosted a research day to share information on emerging issues, immunology, engineering, economics, and anthropology.
With a $1.03 million grant from the Department of Energy, researchers at Colorado State University are leading a two-year study to analyze traffic and infrastructure in Fort Collins to design a more efficient transportation system.
43 engineering students stand out as Walter Scott, Jr. Scholars and Fellows, and will be welcomed to campus this fall as award recipients.
As Hurricane Florence churned toward the Carolina coasts, civil engineers and planners at a dozen universities and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) were monitoring the fate of one place in particular: Lumberton, North Carolina, a town of 21,000 more than 75 miles from the coast.
As climate change continues to fuel more intense and frequent wildfires, the number of people who die in the United States from inhaling wildfire smoke could more than double by 2100.
Denver7’s Chief Meteorologist Mike Nelson will discuss “Crayons to Computers: A History of TV Weather” at the first installment of FORTCAST’s What’s Brewing in Weather and Climate series this academic year.