Tito Salas, Fiske Planetarium

"A Tito eclipse of the sun" - Tito Salas - Ep. 3

Aug. 17, 2017

It's being dubbed The Great American eclipse. And so who better to talk to about this than one of our own experts on cosmic phenomena: Tito Salas.Read more »
Guy Margalit

Guy Margalit

Aug. 15, 2017

#ILookLikeAnEngineer Why did you choose engineering at CU Boulder? I wanted to enter a challenging program so that I could build a better work ethic and learn from my peers. What does #ILookLikeAnEngineer mean to you? Anyone can be an engineer. It just takes hard work. Do you have a... Read more »
Gabe Rodriguez

Gabe Rodriguez

Aug. 8, 2017

#ILookLikeAnEngineer Why did you choose engineering at CU Boulder? I chose CU Boulder because I instantly fell in love with the place during my first tour of the campus. I actually went into engineering on a rather spontaneous decision. I have a passion for learning, especially learning how the world... Read more »
Panelists on stage.

Four Students Travel to 2017 Global Grand Challenges Summit

Aug. 7, 2017

Rajiv Shah of the Rockefeller Foundation gives a keynote address at the summit. Courtesy of the National Academy of Engineering. Four CU Boulder engineering students recently returned from the Global Grand Challenges Summit in Washington, D.C., where they rubbed elbows with top scientists and peers tackling the world’s toughest questions... Read more »
Magnesium ingot

A thoroughly modern magnesium process

Aug. 4, 2017

CU Boulder engineers have revamped a World War II-era process for making magnesium that requires half the energy and produces a fraction of the pollution compared to today’s leading methods. The breakthrough process, developed in the labs of Professor Alan Weimer, could vastly improve production of the strong, lightweight metal that’s used in everything from vehicles and aircraft to dietary supplements and fireworks.Read more »
Dr. Shelly Miller

"This will just make everything better" - Shelly Miller - Ep. 2

Aug. 4, 2017

On CUE sat down with Dr. Shelly Miller to talk about her research and background, as well efforts to reach gender equity within our college. And we want your input so make sure to send your ideas for who or what we should cover to cuengineering@colorado.edu .Read more »
William Raseman

Better Water Through Computer Simulations

Aug. 3, 2017

Since the only guarantee in life is change, William Raseman is using his research to try to prepare water municipalities from being crippled by unforeseen circumstances such as floods, droughts or wildfires. The second-year civil engineering PhD student is building software programming to assess the impact of climate and environmental... Read more »
William Raseman

Student's computer simulations help to protect water supplies

Aug. 3, 2017

Since the only guarantee in life is change, William Raseman is using his research to try to prepare water municipalities from being crippled by unforeseen circumstances such as floods, droughts or wildfires. The second-year civil engineering PhD student is building software programming to assess the impact of climate and environmental... Read more »
Caleb Hsu

Caleb Hsu

Aug. 1, 2017

#ILookLikeAnEngineer Why did you choose engineering at CU Boulder? Choosing engineering was the only way that my parents would help pay for some of my tuition starting out. I read the description of each major until I came to computer science and decided that it "wasn't too bad" and just... Read more »
Pilot Dan Hesseliusl with drone aircraft

'Project Drought' taps drones to measure water moisture at Colorado farm

July 28, 2017

CU Boulder engineers, scientists and students are teaming up with Black Swift Technologies of Boulder to use unmanned aircraft in the coming weeks to measure water moisture at a test irrigation farm in Yuma, Colorado.Read more »

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