Right now, a handful of motivated Fort Collins citizens are collecting cutting-edge scientific data from their backyards that may soon help NASA create maps of global air pollution.
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Animal scientist Temple Grandin and atmospheric scientist Richard H. Johnson have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
The governors’ panel headlined the seventh annual 21st Century Energy Transition Symposium, which gathers industry, academic and other experts.
The governors of Colorado, Montana and Wyoming, along with more than 50 other experts, will take the stage at the 21st Century Energy Transition Symposium, Oct. 30-31.
An international research team has illuminated unprecedented detail of biochar’s seemingly miraculous properties.
Russ Schumacher will lead the Colorado Climate Center, the CSU-based office that provides climate monitoring and research for the benefit of scientists, educators and the general public.
The overall goal set by the Department of Energy is to double the yield of biofuel precursors from algae to about 3,700 gallons per acre per year.
The team will provide critical coating technology to increase the sensitivity of the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory.
A team led by the Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands is providing adaptation strategies for installations vulnerable to future climate threats.
For reporters unraveling stories of recovery and resiliency from these and other events, Colorado State University experts can help frame the issues.