The atmospheric conditions leading to the 1997 Fort Collins flood were so unusual, experts later detailed them in an academic paper.
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Two CSU research groups working to improve the design, efficiency and cost of solar-powered technologies have received support from the Department of Energy.
On July 21, scientists, engineers and partners around the world will gather in two places to break ground on a massive global physics experiment called DUNE.
She heads next to University of New Mexico for a postdoctoral research and teaching fellowship.
Roy Geiss received the Materials Measurement Laboratory Distinguished Associate Accolade for his invention of transmission electron backscattered diffraction.
The work of John Volckens and his team are front and center in the tech giant’s inaugural Higher Education Stories.
Agents and analysts from the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation visited campus for an intensive training program spearheaded by one of the university’s preeminent biotechnologists.
Her aim is to understand extreme weather two weeks to two months in the advance – what’s called sub-seasonal timescales.