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Researchers invent robotic droplet manipulators for hazardous liquid cleanup
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Aerospace research propels faculty member to standout status
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Encouraging global understanding in engineering through Study Abroad
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CSU team leads $3 million DOE study on algae-sourced biofuel
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ME Summer undergraduate research programs prep students for grad school and beyond
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Mechanical engineering summer camps open young eyes to future in STEM
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Professor Sue James Elected to the 2022 Class of AIMBE Fellows
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What's the best mask for protecting against COVID-19?
Assistant Research Professor Christian L'Orange explains the science after 2 years of testing masks in his lab
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Department launches bachelor’s degree program at Adams State University campus in Alamosa, Colorado
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Expanding our understanding of how COVID-19 is spread

Researchers detail how respiratory particles containing the COVID-19 virus can be spread through wind instruments in a paper published in Scientific Reports

Using a cutting-edge aerosol measurement chamber, researchers quantified particle emissions from bassoon, clarinet, French horn, oboe, piccolo, saxophone, trombone, trumpet and tuba players. 

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Assistant professor revolutionizes the process of printing carbon fiber

Assistant professor Mostafa Yourdkhani is revolutionizing how carbon fiber is printed by eliminating the need for a curing time and molds, ultimately reducing the amount of time and fuel it traditionally costs to make these structures. 

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Dr. Xinfeng Gao wins awards for aerospace propulsion research

Dr. Gao received the National Science Foundation’s Mid-Career Advancement Award and the Outstanding Achievement Award for Women in Aerospace for her research in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and dedication to mentoring young women interested in aerospace.   

Read more about Dr. Gao on Source News.

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3D printed golf bag proves to be a game changer

Killian Clear and Tomas Martinez took their passion for golf and turned it into an invention that will change the future of golf equipment. The pair created Courserover, a 3D printed golf bag designed to eliminate the bulkiness of golf equipment and to enhance fun on the golf course. 

 Read about their story on Source News.

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