FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4) – Three professors at Colorado State University are working on a rapid COVID-19 test. They named it the “rapid on the spot” coronavirus test.
Since the early days of his career, Colorado State University Professor Randy Bartels of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has been developing methods to advance the basic science of controlling matter with light.
When Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Paul Heyliger suggested to Associate Professor Hussam Mahmoud the idea of conducting blast research at Colorado State University, Mahmoud didn’t believe it could be done.
Stu Tobet, a Colorado State University professor in Biomedical Sciences, has been reappointed as Director of the School of Biomedical Engineering (SBME) for a five-year term.
Across Colorado State University’s campus, most research operations have gone quiet in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic restrictions. But there’s one lab at the Energy Institute’s Powerhouse Energy Campus still working around the clock. The Rapid Prototyping Lab at Powerhouse has special clearance for a fast-mobilization project launched in direct response to the daily-changing pandemic. Over the last…Read more
A team of researchers at Colorado State University is leading an effort to help the most vulnerable people in our communities – residents in long-term care communities – during the coronavirus pandemic. Over the last two months, a lab run by Greg Ebel, professor in the Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology, tested samples from…Read more
Colorado State University researchers are testing hundreds of existing drugs, compounds and chemicals to see if they might provide options to fight the virus that causes COVID-19. Some of these substances are approved by regulatory agencies to treat conditions including malaria, HIV and hepatitis C and may be repurposed and used in clinical trials to treat people…Read more
What began as an educational trip ended up with a momentous medical first for Colorado State University. During the first week of January, a team led by Dr. Chris Orton, veterinary cardiothoracic surgeon, traveled to China to meet with leaders from the Shanghai Hanyu Medical Technology Company. The CSU team planned to learn more about…Read more
Carmen Menoni shines bright in the world of lasers and photonics – a field that pushes the frontiers of light to enable technologies of the future, from lasers for advanced medical devices to fiber optics for global communications. The University Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Colorado State University has been selected to…Read more
Award winners from the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering are recognized for outstanding achievements and overall excellence throughout the college. Nominations are accepted through faculty and staff, and each award highlights achievements made throughout the previous year. Faculty awards: Art Corey Award for Outstanding International Contributions Matthew Kipper, Chemical and Biological Engineering George T. Abell…Read more