The next big advances in computer memory, digital storage and other electronics are going to come from very small places: the spins of individual electrons.
Wilson is proposing a radical new imaging technology that could diagnose mitochondrial defects in an instant.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering received the N. Preston Davis Award for Instructional Innovation, honoring its work to reinvent the way students perceive and learn engineering.
Jesse Wilson is accelerating research to improve imaging and detection of melanoma, the most deadly form of skin cancer.
On May 3, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet visited Colorado State University’s Advanced Beam Laboratory, where researchers are producing micro-scale nuclear fusion with record efficiency for a compact laser.
Nontraditional student overcomes dyslexia to graduate from Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering.
A transdisciplinary Senior Design team in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is improving upon an existing project to create an exoskeletal rehabilitation system for large dog breeds suffering from mobility impairments.
Following a series of judged events May 10-22, a winner will be crowned for EcoCAR 3, one of the nation's premier Advanced Vehicle Technology Competitions.