A clean energy academy for state lawmakers from across the U.S., part of Colorado State University’s Center for the New Energy Economy, has its fingerprints on renewable energy and climate change legislation advancing through state legislatures nationwide.
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A team of researchers has developed technology that can detect small amounts of antibodies in a person’s blood.
Two engineering students in the Vice President for Research 3 Minute Challenge were among participants selected to become the next VPR Graduate Student Fellows.
Chemical and biological engineering faculty member Christopher Snow is one of six CSU Best Teacher Award winners to be honored March 27.
Scientists with the Tracking Aerosol Convection Interactions Experiment (TRACER) will gather detailed data on aerosol-cloud interactions within deep convective systems
The network is intended to give U.S. scientists access to some of the most intense laser sources available.
A group of Colorado State University scientists is traveling to Argentina where they will study some of the most intense thunderstorms on the planet.
Former Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter, Jr. hosted 24 Democratic and Republican state legislators from 20 states across the nation.
James Hurrell, director of the National Center for Atmospheric Research, will join Colorado State University in September 2018 as the Walter Scott, Jr. Presidential Chair of Environmental Science and Engineering.
A new study finds that particle-forming emissions from chemical products are twice as high as those from the transportation sector.