Undergraduate and graduate students can now apply for hands-on summer 2021 internships.
“It doesn’t matter how good the filter is if you don’t have a good fit,” says CSU's John Volckens, who led an intensive testing effort to document the filtration efficiencies for an array of materials. (National Geographic)
Associate Professor Hussam Mahmoud and Ph.D. graduate student Emad Hassan found extensive direct and indirect relationships between health care and education, indicating recovery of one system relies on recovery of the other.
“My car got really dinged up the second year that I was here,” says Sam Childs, a researcher at Colorado State University. After that, "I decided I’d like to take a look at hail.” (Discover)
Collaboration between Colorado State University and Colorado School of Mines defined a new technology to collect incoherent light emitted by fluorescent molecules and reconstruct 3D digital models of the object.
Since about 2000, droughts have been happening more frequently, which doesn’t allow for as much time for recovery—a trend that the Colorado Climate Center has been watching closely. (5280 Magazine)
CSU Arctic climate scientist Zack Labe says it still remains challenging to understand connections between Arctic climate change and the polar vortex. (CBS News)
Mechanical engineering professor John Volckens explained on KCBS Radio's "Ask An Expert" program that singing can cause someone to emit four times as many particles as talking or breathing.
The application period for CSU Extension internships, which give students applied research opportunities, opens January 19.