Paul James Wilbur, returned to his heavenly home on Feb. 17.
The center's expertise helps decisionmakers create policies that facilitate America’s transition to a clean energy economy.
Two engineering students in the Vice President for Research 3 Minute Challenge were among participants selected to become the next VPR Graduate Student Fellows.
The Cthulhu Shield is a circuit board connected to a mouthpiece, outfitted with electrodes that send electrical impulses to the tongue.
Their solution is a combination of creativity, chemistry and physics, along with Arun Kota’s extensive research in “superomniphobic” surfaces that repel many different kinds of liquids.
Mechanical engineering alumnus Todd Filsinger's career took him to Puerto Rico, where he's working to restore the country's power and infrastructure after two 2017 hurricanes.
It offers answers to questions that have puzzled policymakers, researchers and regulatory agencies: How much total methane is being emitted from natural gas operations across the U.S.? And why have different estimation methods seemed to disagree?
A team from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and CSU was recognized with one of the 2018 CO-LABS Governor’s Awards for High-Impact Research.
Colorado State University is among 12 teams to join the EcoCAR Mobility Challenge, the fourth in a series of Advanced Vehicle Technology Competitions sponsored by General Motors and the U.S. Department of Energy.
Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor and Director of the Chemical Energy Conversion Laboratory, Bret Windom, was one of eight educators recently recognized for the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Ralph R. Teetor Education Award.