July 28, 1997, was an unforgettable day in Colorado State University’s history.
Gov. Jared Polis asked Colorado State University in Fort Collins to organize the testing of personal protective equipment, also known as PPE, for the state’s healthcare workers (Denver 7 News).
The core technology for the new disinfectant is based on the same principle CSU disease researchers are testing for a vaccine against the novel coronavirus.
The Journal of Biomechanical Engineering has selected a paper by Professor Christian Puttlitz, head of the Mechanical Engineering department, as one of its top 10 for 2019.
The funds will come from an $18.25 million penalty a state agency is seeking related to a 2017 home explosion in Firestone, Colorado.
The college and NCAR will also host a panel March 3 featuring some of the top climate scientists in the field. Registration is required for the event.
Drew Crouch, who has two mechanical engineering degrees from CSU, retired from corporate life in 2018 from a 34-year career and now shares his experience with students about career paths and industry changes.
Three professors in the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering have been awarded professorships provided by donors.
A CSU team is leading an effort to make cadmium-telluride solar cells even more efficient by focusing on a classic engineering bottleneck in their design.