The electrical engineering major and amateur juggler is unassuming about her rather impressive hobby.
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The engineering student is testing a series of low-cost smoke sensors that work remotely, are solar-powered, and cost a fraction of what the U.S. Forest Service uses.
Watch a brief explainer on a recent breakthrough from the Stasevich lab: RNA translation in real time.
A company called The Fairs App made its commercial debut in January of this year through CSU Ventures’ technology transfer process.
The model would allow scientists and drug developers to better understand variability in drug concentrations among individuals in a population.
A portable air quality sampler developed collaboratively by Pittsburgh’s RJ Lee Group and CSU, will soon take a ride up to the International Space Station.
For the sixth time, the 21st Century Energy Transition Symposium, Sept. 28-29, drew academia and industry together to discuss problems and solutions spanning all energy sectors.
The ‘Collaboratory,’ comprising Colorado State University, Colorado School of Mines, University of Colorado Boulder and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, was founded a decade ago as a clean energy research partnership.
The sixth annual event, formerly known as the Natural Gas Symposium, will take place Sept. 28-29 in the Lory Student Center.
CSU physicists, joining the fundamental pursuit of using electron spins to store and manipulate information, have demonstrated a new approach to low-power computer memory.