The Open Insulin Project wants to reverse engineer how the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies produce insulin and then turn over the instructions to the public (Time).
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Researchers at NREL and CSU Energy Institute are trying to ramp-up clean energy in the U.S. resource mix by developing innovative technology solutions (Utility Dive).
Rescheduled: CSU Wildland Fire Science Associate Professor Chad Hoffman will discuss his research at the next What’s Brewing in Weather & Climate talk Tuesday, November 5.
YouTube channel TFLCar, which is based in Colorado, recently highlighted Colorado State University’s entrant for the now-complete EcoCar3 competition in a video (GM Authority).
The Methane Emissions Technology Evaluation Center is like a movie set for the oil and gas industry, complete with wellheads that leak on command. It’s where companies test new products. CGTN’s Hendrik Sybrandy reports.
Our terrestrial plants do us “a fantastic favor” sponging up all that CO2, says Scott Denning, an atmospheric scientist at Colorado State University. That’s especially true in the tropics (The Atlantic).
Colorado’s state climatologist, Russ Schumacher, convened the State Climate Extremes Committee and had a teleconference to discuss the new possible record (9News).
CSU researcher Jessie Creamean explains that serious research doesn’t have to be complicated. Sometimes, cutting-edge science gets by on an outdated cellphone, a few bits of mosquito netting and a jury-rigged car battery (EE News).
Talks by a leading civil rights activist and a top executive from the global retailer Target as well as a fireside chat with CSU President Joyce McConnell are among the highlights scheduled for this year’s Diversity Symposium, Oct. 14-18.
In the last six months, new all-time records for Colorado of hot temperature, largest hailstone, and the lowest atmospheric pressure have been recorded (Colorado Public Radio).