Guest speaker Dr. Yvette E. Pearson will present “REDEFINE Engineering Education: Disrupting Systemic Barriers to Equity and Inclusion,” on December 3, 2020.
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This summer, CSU researchers began looking specifically at bioaerosol emissions from performers, and how to keep from spreading the virus. (KUNC/NPR)
“Controlling community spread of Covid-19 and protecting individuals requires a multitiered approach,” said CSU Mechanical Engineering Professor John Volckens. (New York Times)
Westword caught up with Fischer to talk about her Western Wildfire Experiments for Cloud Chemistry, Aerosol Absorption, and Nitrogen study and other work.
When climate scientists are asked if storm seasons are linked to climate change, many suggest that the explanation for this season’s activity isn’t so straightforward. (National Geographic)
“From a water resources perspective and a drought perspective, we’re definitely not in good shape going into this winter because the summer was so warm and dry,” said Russ Schumacher, Colorado State Climatologist. (CBS Denver)
During most years, hurricane activity would have long since waned by now. But in 2020, with about a month left of the official hurricane season, forecasters anticipate even more storms to form. (CNBC)
The weekly analysis is a broad-brush look at the national drought situation and takes into account a handful of indicators, to determine how different areas should be classified. (Colorado Sun)
Professor Peccoud discusses his computational biology and cell biology efforts to develop predictive models of the phenotype encoded in natural and synthetic DNA sequences
“This is the first time that Eta will be used in real time,” said Phil Klotzbach, a research scientist in the department of atmospheric science at Colorado State University. (New York Times)