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Celebrate! Colorado State award winners for 2017

Each year, CSU celebrates the teaching, research and service achievements of CSU students, alumni and friends, academic faculty, administrative professionals and classified staff.

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CSU weather station: 140-plus years of climate data

The campus weather station has taken continuous daily readings since the 1870s.

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An electric fix for removing long-lasting chemicals in groundwater

Studies have shown that a method called electrochemical oxidation is an effective way to remove PFASs from wastewater. But carrying it out at the field scale is an entirely different challenge.

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Chasing the secrets of thunderstorms with drones

Monfort Professor Susan van den Heever discusses her recent storm research April 12 in the Longs Peak Room of Lory Student Center.

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E-Days preview: Equipping surgeons for minimally invasive procedures

Biomedical engineering students are designing a training laparoscope with 30-degree tilt functionality.

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CSU team predicts slightly below-average 2017 Atlantic hurricane season

The CSU Tropical Meteorology Project team is predicting 11 named storms during the hurricane season, which runs from June 1 to November 30.

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Earth, you never looked so good

Scientists at CSU’s Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere are interpreting data from a new weather satellite to create true-color images of Earth.

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Engineering Days: A culmination of education rooted in tradition

The Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering’s annual E-Days event traces its history back to CSU’s earliest days.

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E-Days preview: A small bridge with a steel purpose

The Steel Bridge Team’s mission is to design a one tenth-scale bridge that can be constructed and deconstructed quickly.

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E-Days preview: Fighting viruses with tobacco plants

Senior design students are using tobacco leaves to grow antibodies that treat Japanese Encephalitis Virus.

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