A new congressionally mandated report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine was co-authored by CSU statistician Jay Breidt.
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Research that uses Google Street View cars to map natural gas methane leaks is helping the nation’s largest metropolitan area prioritize tens of millions of dollars in infrastructure upgrades.
Two early founders of GDPE, alumni and faculty will gather to mark the occasion. All are welcome.
New research shows that plague bacteria not only survive, but thrive and replicate once ingested by an amoeba.
Most people think of vision as simply a function of information the eye gathers – what the eye alone sees. For psychologist Jessica Witt, vision is a little more complicated than that.
In a Perspective piece in the journal Science, LeRoy Poff writes on the state of research in addressing environmental flow needs for rivers.
An unprecedented scientific inquiry into the chemistry of the indoor environment is being launched by CSU researchers.
Graham Peers and Wen Zhou will investigate next-generation biofuels and bioproducts using photosynthetic microalgae called diatoms.
CSU’s Tom Santangelo has helped elucidate striking parallels between how archaeal and eukaryotic cells package and store their genetic material.