A team of CSU engineers is working to create, test, and certify a medical-grade mask that can be mass-produced and distributed to state healthcare workers. Their team is one of four statewide winners to receive a grant for COVID-19-related research.
Toni-Lee Viney, Undergraduate Programs Manager and founder of Yoga on the Oval, is helping others move through yoga during the stay-at-home order.
Researchers work with 3D printers to create a material that’s almost chemically identical to bone, a method that could have significant medical applications.
CSU engineers and infectious disease researchers are developing a low-cost sprayable disinfectant that kills SARS-CoV-2 – the virus that causes COVID-19.
Undergraduate student Maya Roberts uses 3D printing to develop a waterproof device for clubfoot treatment in developing nations.
The Idea-2-Product Lab is leading CSU’s efforts to 3D print the halo components of face shields worn by medical personnel.
CSU scientists in four colleges are members of a national academic partnership to advance innovative approaches that promote human health in homes.
Advancements in regenerative medicine and developmental-biology-inspired technology, have the potential to target major human health obstacles using tissue engineering and regeneration to treat musculoskeletal, cardiac, and neural diseases, among several other known and unknown applications; however, a lack of clear understanding of the interplay between biological systems and the mechanical environment, also known as mechanobiology,…Read more
For the past five summers, ME’s Orthopaedic Bioengineering Research Laboratory has hosted a group of high school interns who are given the unique opportunity to dive into the world of bioengineering at CSU. “This internship program gives high school students a chance to interact with undergraduate students, graduate students, and academics in a dynamic research…Read more
ME undergraduate student, Liam Lewane, recently shared his latest project at a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Research campaign, addressing environmental air quality. Lewane is a student in Dr. Shantanu Jathar’s Laboratory for Air Quality Research, and recently participated in the NOAA Fire Influence on Regional and Global Environments Experiment in Missoula, Mont. “Liam is an…Read more