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Mechanical engineering professor leads group working to heighten indoor air quality on campus
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Mechanical engineering professor part of $50 million NSF research center
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Propane could be the new diesel with $3.5 million U.S. Department of Energy grant
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COVID-19: CSU mechanical engineering researchers meeting the challenge

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Lab transformed into testing site for COVID-19 medical protective gear

The Center for Energy Development and Health has transformed from a laboratory experimenting on air quality and pollution sensors into the state’s designated center for evaluating the safety of medical masks for healthcare workers battling COVID-19.

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CSU study looks at how performing arts can return safely during COVID-19 pandemic

A new and first-of-its-kind study will aim to determine how far airborne particles and droplets are projected by musicians, singers, actors, and dancers to recommend best practices for a safe return to the performing arts.

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First-generation student launches career at NASA

Danelle Lazcano-Concelman’s prestigious internships at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, and Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, proved to be life-changing experiences; in August she starts work at NASA as a cryogenic propulsion systems engineer.

Not bad for someone who is the first in her family to go to college and took calculus three times just to be admitted to the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering.

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Making tongues go mainstream is goal of open-source, CSU-created product

JJ Moritz, who completed his master’s degree in mechanical engineering in at CSU in 2016, is leading the startup company Sapien LLC using technology developed at CSU. The technology senses the position of the tongue, which allows users to, for example, control video games or mobility and assistive devices with the tongue alone.

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