They say we grow until a certain age. Then, we just oxidize.
Engineers and social scientists will study how contaminants migrate in and through homes and how human behavior and the home environment intersect to influence overall health.
Rob Paton in the Department of Chemistry helped establish the center in 2018. His work is in developing new computational approaches that enable data science to be applied to chemical reaction discovery and optimization.
CSU computer scientists and mathematicians are seeking to bring mathematics-based clarity to how artificial neural networks function, and how they can be better protected against security threats.
A Colorado State University study suggests that adding legumes to crop rotations can help rebuild healthy soils.
The mission, led by atmospheric scientist Susan van den Heever, is called INCUS and is expected to launch in 2027 as part of NASA's Earth Venture Program.
The Climate Program Office at NOAA has announced research funding that increases understanding of emissions in urban areas.
Alan Knapp will oversee the establishment of experimental solar arrays in Colorado agroecosystems.
A team led by Eugene Chen in the Department of Chemistry will work on design and discovery of next-generation polymers.
Professor Steve Reising will use a $1.2M NASA Advanced Component Technology grant to develop new microwave calibration techniques for CubeSats – a next generation technology that could transform weather prediction by enabling more frequent measurements of Earth’s atmosphere by constellations of CubeSats.