The CSU Tropical Meteorology Project team is now predicting 20 named storms in 2022.
Researchers Susan De Long and Neha Sachdeva are creating a molecular tool to find and measure bacteria that could be key to cleaning our water and protecting human and ecosystem health.
A multifaceted team at CSU has secured support from the NSF for a new high-performance computing (HPC) cyberinfrastructure to amplify research across campus.
Tiezheng Tong, an assistant professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, has been recognized by the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists for his advances in water purification and desalination technologies.
The $177 million INCUS satellite mission continues a rich history of CSU-led atmospheric science and Earth observations.
The CSU Tropical Meteorology Project team is predicting 19 named storms during the Atlantic hurricane season, which runs from June 1 to Nov. 30.
Dr. Marilyn Wolf will offer two seminars on advanced topics in computing and computer engineering on Monday, April 25th.
Colorado State University researchers will receive nearly $1 million from the Environmental Protection Agency to expand air quality monitoring in communities impacted by wildfires and improve communication of health risks from smoke exposure.
ReSOURCE will combine arrested anaerobic digestion technologies pioneered at CSU and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory to convert organic waste into renewable energy.