Colorado State University’s Energy Institute, in collaboration with two corporations — Cummins Inc. and Woodward Inc. — have landed a $1.2-million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to develop medium, heavy-duty and on-road natural gas engines for the bigger trucks.
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By most measures, portions of the American southwest in the Colorado River Basin are in their 18th year of drought. It’s the longest period of sustained dry and warm weather since consistent records have been kept.
The School of Biomedical Engineering, which has grown from 29 core faculty in 2007 to almost 50 today, celebrates its 10th anniversary this academic year.
In an Interview with Mission: Water, Klotzbach reviews the science behind 2017’s devastating hurricane season.
Photovoltaics (PV) using the thin-film semiconductor cadmium telluride (CdTe) have been commercialized at the gigawatts (GW)-per-year scale, with 17.5 GWs installed globally.
Researchers have demonstrated nuclear fusion on a micro scale in a lab with record-breaking efficiency in generating neutrons—subatomic particles which have no charge. Their results are published in the journal Nature Communications.
As of last fall, Chiu has been an associate professor in the Department of Atmospheric Science, where her research group investigates remote sensing, radiative transfer, and the interactions of clouds, aerosols, precipitations, and radiation.
Ph.D. candidate Zitely Tzompa has been chosen to be among the first Colorado Science and Engineering Policy Fellows, participating in an eight-week summer internship for STEM majors.
The atmosphere in our warmer world contains more moisture, and that’s producing storms that drop more rain, said Scott Denning, a professor of atmospheric science.
27 high school girls got to live a day in an engineering student’s shoes for Stick with SWE, a Society of Women Engineers (SWE) event.