The selection is one of the highest honors awarded by his peers for an exemplary record of professional accomplishment.
A small, inexpensive virus-detection technology, which aims to be fast, portable and more accurate than currently available COVID-19 tests, is one of several technologies spawned from a collaboration among CSU researchers Brian Geiss, Chuck Henry and David Dandy.
CBE alumna Tina Larson and her colleagues at Recursion have assisted with the body of research on COVID-19.
During the Spring 2019 semester, Ken Reardon, professor and associate department head of Chemical and Biological Engineering, emailed students with his plan to start the algae club. Through the hard work of the club officers, the Algae Club was launched.
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