Legacy of independence: CSU alumna earned Ph.D. as a single mother of two
Researchers have put chemistry to work on a simple, inexpensive way to identify falsified antibiotics, offering a practical solution to a real problem in the developing world.
Aside from balloons and making our voice squeaky, what use is helium? Should we care whether or not we run out of the gaseous stuff?
Bonnie Buss, Ph.D. student in the Miyake Research Group, was awarded the Joseph Breen Memorial Fellowship from the American Chemical Society.
The college was created in 1968, but its departments and disciplines have a long and rich history on CSU's campus.
Chemistry Professor Amy Prieto has patented novel battery materials and a unique manufacturing process that together revamp decades-old lithium-ion technology. Her lithium-ion battery, built on a foundation of electroplated copper foam, is more flexible, safer, less expensive, and more environmentally friendly than batteries currently on the market.
Throughout late July and August, a multi-agency, multidisciplinary team led by Colorado State University scientists will travel to Boise, Idaho, to conduct 15 to 20 smoke-observation flights.
Publishing in Nature Communications, the team led by Professor of Chemistry Eugene Chen describes synthesis of a polymer called P3HB.