Dr. Leo Christodoulou, a renowned advanced materials scientist and strategic advisor at Boeing, will speak about critical technology issues and solutions as part of Colorado State University’s Innovation Leadership Series.
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2014 is shaping into a big year for NASA’s Earth science missions – and for researchers at Colorado State University who’ve been involved in some of the projects.
A CSU computer science professor is being honored for his research accomplishments by the Institute of Caribbean Studies.
To say Bailey Fosdick’s latest scientific paper is causing a stir would be an understatement.
CSU researchers recently tested a homemade biofuel made by eastern Colorado farmers in the University’s Engines and Energy Conversion Laboratory.
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.
CSU set new research records in Fiscal Year 2014, reinforcing CSU’s role as a significant contributor to the state’s innovation ecosystem.
This week, A.R. “Ravi” Ravishankara delivered some good news about the fragile shield of stratospheric gas: The ozone layer appears to be recovering.
Inside Jason Prapas’ backyard sit two blue kiddie pools covered in plastic, each filled with thousands of aquatic ferns the width of a dime growing in a mixture of water and waste.