CSU engineers are testing a promising new way to clean up perfluorinated compounds.
Assistant Professor Hussam Mahmoud is leading a team that's devising innovative repairs for steel structures in canals and rivers.
CSU researchers have built a fluorescence-detection microscope that combines three-dimensional and high-resolution image processing.
Arun Kota's lab has made a superomniphobic tape that, when adhered to any surface, gives the surface liquid-repelling properties.
Colorado State University, home to some of the world's top researchers on methane emissions, will lead a major project to analyze emissions from a specific part of the natural gas supply chain.
The engineering student is testing a series of low-cost smoke sensors that work remotely, are solar-powered, and cost a fraction of what the U.S. Forest Service uses.
As an early mainstay of CSU's Hydraulics Program, Jim Ruff has demonstrated his dedication to its continued success by providing new support for future investments.
A group of researchers from five departments within four colleges at Colorado State University, as well as one federal agency has determined how carbon produced by fire moves through the environment by water erosion.
The model would allow scientists and drug developers to better understand variability in drug concentrations among individuals in a population.