NEWS SPOTLIGHT

Associate Professor Justin Sambur awarded Monfort Professorship

Professor Justin Sambur has been awarded a Monfort Professorship for the 2024-2026 period. Monfort Professorships are awarded to CSU Professors who are rising stars in their fields. The program supports early-career faculty by providing unrestricted

36 Chemistry Majors Make the Fall 2023 Dean’s List

36 students majoring in Chemistry made the Fall 2023 dean’s list. These students will receive a certificate from the dean for their achievement. The College of Natural Sciences’ dean’s list is composed

Farewell to Professor Joe Zadrozny

Assistant Professor Joe Zadrozny will be leaving CSU’s Department of Chemistry at the end of December, and he will begin the new year in his new position at Ohio State University. He

Colorado State University Awarded Multimillion Dollar Research Fund

Colorado State University is one of three research hubs chosen to share $42 million research fund over four years. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California and the University of Rochester in New

NEWS FROM SOURCE

New research details impact of extreme wildfires on pine trees

Poor, smoke-induced air quality affects ponderosa pine trees’ ability to maintain photosynthesis and release natural chemical emissions.

CSU leads interdisciplinary research into antibacterial material for internal medical devices

Researchers at Colorado State University and the University of St. Andrews in Scotland have developed an effective and flexible antimicrobial material that could be used to coat medical devices placed inside the body.

CSU students lead polymer research into more recyclable plastics

Researchers at Colorado State University have developed a new class of recyclable polymers that could replace common single-use plastics with a large environmental footprint like grocery bags.

Research shows wildfire smoke may linger in homes long after initial blaze

The findings, published in Science Advances, show that wildfire smoke can attach to home surfaces like carpet, drapes or counters – extending the exposure for those inside and potentially causing health problems even after an initial cleaning activity by air purifiers. However, Professor Delphine Farmer said the research also shows that simple surface cleaning – like vacuuming, dusting or mopping – can reduce exposure and limit risk.