Electrical and computer engineering adjunct professor Sterling Backus and his son are in the process of building a Lamborghini out of 3D-printed materials.
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Phil Klotzbach from CSU’s Tropical Meteorology Project is working with the Barcelona Supercomputing Centre to crunch 35 years of hurricane data and compare it to conditions in real time.
Muhammad Nazmul Karim, born in Muktagacha, Mymensingh District of Bangladesh, passed away on Friday, June 21, 2019, in Delft, The Netherlands, while on a work trip.
The long-term effects of smoke have only recently come into focus, with estimates that chronic smoke exposure causes about 20,000 premature deaths per year.
Colorado Public Radio visited researcher John Volckens at his lab at Colorado State University to discuss JUUL e-cigarettes.
Assistant Professor Emily Fischer talked with Science Friday about the chemical reactions in smoke plumes.
CIRA researcher Adele Reinking discusses the unique challenges women face in field research, where a culture of support helps to ensure success for female scientists
Satellites are assisting Professor Eric Maloney, post-doc Bohar Singh and others forecast how the storm belt changes in a warmer climate as part of ocean-atmosphere interactions.
Graduate student Sam Childs is seeing more hailstorms with bigger hailstones in Colorado’s future. Childs studies the changing human risk from tornadoes and hail storms across Colorado.
Research Matters caught up with CSU researcher A.R. Ravishankara and other scientists to share their work and thoughts on the problem of air pollution in India.