Take a look back at October 2020 at Colorado State University.
Report from systems engineering team details ways to reduce global emissions through transportation technology and policies.
State voters have decided to reintroduce gray wolves into western Colorado. One College of Agricultural Sciences professor has been researching the economic impact of wolves on the state, including its ranchers.
Colorado State University’s spending on research activities reached a record $407 million for fiscal year 2020, a 2% increase over last year.
The new patents were issued to researchers and inventors in six colleges and Facilities Management, through the University’s technology transfer office, CSU Ventures.
CEMML works on endangered species protection, watershed restoration, and archeological preservation for the Department of Defense.
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, Colorado State University has received more than $16 million in funding for COVID-19 research projects.
A research team has created an open-source data set for epidemiological research on tropical cyclones.
A transformational gift from the Ottens Foundation will fund 10 years of programming at CSU's Native American Cultural Center.