Aerosol particles play a large role in how much heat is absorbed or deflected by the atmosphere. Understanding how long they stay aloft can improve both human health and global climate modeling.
Author Archives: Katie Courage
Making the in-demand drug remdesivir is costly, inefficient and can be hazardous. Garret Miyake’s lab has a “radical” technology that might be able to streamline the process.
The initiative to provide emergency expansion of mental health care across the state has a focus on suicide prevention during the pandemic.
Darrell Whitley is an internationally known computer scientist – and an award-winning bonsai cultivator. He recently joined the Colorado State University College of Natural Sciences Dean’s Office for a year as acting associate dean for academics.
Porsche Robison has long been hooked on fish. Now she’s been able to put her passion to work on a public scale.
The college was created in 1968, but its departments and disciplines have a long and rich history on CSU’s campus.
CSU psychology major Meghan Casey is building the foundations for a successful career that blends pediatric medicine with educational entertainment.