Colorado State University associate professor of mechanical engineering John Volckens said studies show tire fire smoke to be one of the most toxic forms of smoke (Fox31 Denver).
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Scientists are studying the extreme weather in northern Argentina to see how it works — and what it can tell us about the monster storms in our future (New York Times).
While 2020 is ahead of the 2005 pace, there’s one major and important difference, according to Phil Klotzbach, a meteorologist at Colorado State University (NBC News).
In an effort to expedite the return of coronavirus testing results, Colorado State University researchers in Fort Collins have developed a product which would mimic the convenience of a take-home pregnancy test (CBS Denver).
A heat wave brought tropical temperatures and fires to Arctic Siberia last month. Now, it’s causing sea ice to crater (Vice).
The Department of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University is one of dozens of programs to drop the GRE in recent weeks (Nature).
CSU Engineering alumnus and Lightning Systems CEO Tim Reeser dsicusseds the company’s fully-electric motors for some of the largest delivery customers (Denver Channel).
CSU researcher Phil Klotzbach pointed out that none this year have grown into hurricanes. Saharan dust has suppressed storm development in the hurricane-spawning grounds of the tropical Atlantic (Philadelphia Inquirer).
Becky Bolinger, a drought specialist at Colorado State University and the assistant state climatologist, said the lack of new snow in late spring affected the rate of melting (New York Times).
Wireless network devices maintain a connection by handing off from one cell tower to another. The data created should be used to fight coronavirus, say CSU researchers (Network World).