A 21st century grand challenge in science and engineering is the development of a framework for understanding and predicting the whole Earth as a single complex system. To meet this challenge, we must develop new ways of conducting research and offering graduate programs that cross the traditional boundaries between science and engineering.
The AeroSpace Ventures initiative creates a collaborative environment in which CU’s aerospace engineering and earth and space science faculty, students, and industrial researchers work together to solve complex problems that lead to new discoveries and innovations. Through this initiative, CU-Boulder combines aerospace vehicle innovations and science discoveries for local and global measurements to advance solutions in climate, weather, and space environment.
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Aerospace and Energy Systems Building (planned)
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