Smith’s group will work to improve understanding of both subsidence and fault movement, improving the models scientists use to study seismic activity.
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Engineering SOURCE caught up with NASA engineer Danelle Lazcano-Concelman just after splash-down of the Artemis I lunar mission in mid-December to talk about her experience.
CSU researchers have created the first successful soft robotic gripper capable of manipulating individual droplets of liquid, according to a recent article in the Royal Society of Chemistry journal Materials Horizons.
The curriculum, developed by Luis Aguilera and a team of colleagues, uses pandemic-inspired teaching methods to introduce quantitative biology concepts and techniques to young scientists.
Former Colorado State Climatologist Nolan Doesken offered some further personal recollections of the 1997 flood
CSU atmospheric scientists and civil engineers had a unique role in helping Fort Collins move forward after the Spring Creek Flood, which happened 25 years ago this week.
Sarah Verderame, a graduate of CSU’s biomedical and mechanical engineering program, is the university’s 2022 recipient of the Silver Medal from the Colorado Engineering Council.
Dr. Marilyn Wolf will offer two seminars on advanced topics in computing and computer engineering on Monday, April 25th.
Recent faculty honors and increased patent awards at CSU have prompted the establishment of a local chapter of the National Academy of Inventors.
New grants from the NSF and NOAA to CSU’s Shantanu Jathar promise to advance our understanding of how air pollution is affected by volatile chemical products.