Tag "Energy Institute"

Demo Day to celebrate innovation, entrepreneurship April 27

CSU Demo Day, a celebration of innovation and entrepreneurship, will take place April 27 in the Lory Student Center Grand Ballroom. This premier event will showcase the entrepreneurial community of CSU and Northern Colorado.

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Cyclists breathe the brunt of harmful pollution, commuter study finds

Air quality experts have exposed a sad irony to the seemingly healthy choice of bicycling to work: Though cyclists are reaping the benefits of exercise, they may be losing in their exposure to harmful air pollution.

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Calling all cellphones

Energy Institute need donated cellphones to simulate electricity demands in rural villages in developing world.

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CSU research is in the toilet, literally

Researchers at CSU’s Energy Institute are helping to build a combustible toilet for use in the developing world.

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Zen and the art of engines, algae and third world cookstoves

CSU professor Bryan Willson kicked off the final President’s Community Lecture Series event of 2014 with an anecdote about a recent trip to England.

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Energy topic of next President’s lecture

Whether it is reducing pollution from engines, growing algae, rethinking building design, or redesigning cookstoves for the developing world, Bryan Willson has worked to push boundaries and implement energy solutions on a global scale. Willson will present on these and other Read More

CSU researchers put home-brewed diesel biofuel to the test

CSU researchers recently tested a homemade biofuel made by eastern Colorado farmers in the University’s Engines and Energy Conversion Laboratory.

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Testing the water: New CSU system monitors water quality at oil and gas sites in real time

A steady stream of data collected at oil and natural gas sites in the Denver-Julesburg Basin flows into a server at CSU, where researchers use it to analyze groundwater quality.

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