Colorado State University’s Center for Risk-Based Community Resilience Planning, a NIST Center of Excellence, has published an archived video of its April 28 first-year recap webinar.
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Sixty years after Francis Crick first described it, CSU scientists have illuminated, in a single living cell, the final step of gene expression.
Neilson is a solid-state chemist who seeks to understand and control the formation of materials, along with their structures and properties – materials by design.
Freshman Norman Revere has shared his passion for astronomy and astrophotography with the College of Natural Sciences Learning Community.
Published last year, the research has been directly incorporated into a major annual Environmental Protection Agency report that keeps a finger on the pulse of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions.
Planned as a 22-month mission, CloudSat has crushed its mission goals and is still collecting data a decade after launch.
CSU physicists are the first to demonstrate using non-polarized light to produce what’s called a spin voltage – a unit of power produced from the quantum spinning of an individual electron.
Von Fischer and colleagues have been mapping the invisible methane leaks from natural gas pipelines under the streets of American cities with laser-based sensors attached to Google Street View cars.
When a natural disaster hits a community, what factors go into a rapid recovery? CSU researchers are charting new territory to answer that question, unifying the efforts of engineers, social scientists, economists and urban planners.