The Cameron Peak Fire passed through the campus in Oct. 2020, burning nearly 620 acres.
Researchers said soils aren’t soaking up as much of the snow melt, which leads to more water in the rivers.
Using nearly a decade of satellite data, researchers at Colorado State University have uncovered “milky seas” in a way they’ve never been seen before - a rare and fascinating oceanic bioluminescent phenomenon detected by a highly sensitive spaceborne low-light sensor.
CSU researchers have developed a new polymerization technique to simultaneously cure and vascularize high-performance materials in a matter of minutes instead of days.
Watson was recognized in part for his efforts to expand the domain of chemical engineering in research and education.
In a recent study, Colorado State University researchers proved the polymer known as LAPAM is effective as a temporary, economical sealant for reducing irrigation water loss. This research could not only reduce water loss, it could prevent water and soil degradation.
Scientists in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at CSU are working with NASA to understand how to travel greater distances more safely and sustainably into deep space.
Researchers at CSU’s One Water Solutions Institute have developed a tool that assesses stormwater control measures for a selected municipal area.
The funding will help CSU create the Rockies/Plains Energy Accelerator for Commercializing Hardtech (REACH), in collaboration with Innosphere Ventures, the Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory, and 22 other committed ecosystem partners.
E-Days is a long-standing CSU tradition that allows students to showcase senior projects. In the Department of Mechanical Engineering, students have the unique opportunity to choose between a capstone research or capstone design experience.