CU Boulder's John Crimaldi will lead a groundbreaking new international research network dubbed Odor2Action starting this fall. The work is aimed at understanding how animals use information from odors in their environment to guide behavior, with far-ranging implications for our understanding of the human brain.
Good ventilation can reduce the risk of catching coronavirus. Environmental engineer Shelly Miller explains how to know if enough outside air is getting into a room and what to do if ventilation is bad.
It's the second BRAIN Initiative grant for the multi-institutional group, which includes faculty from electrical, computer and energy engineering; civil, environmental and architectural engineering; and mechanical engineering.
CU Boulder is ramping up its ability to conduct COVID-19 monitoring analyses by enlisting volunteer graduate students and postdocs across campus, including several from the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering.
The National Science Foundation has announced that CU Boulder will receive a $25 million award to launch a new quantum science and engineering research center. The new center will be led by physicist Jun Ye and is a partnership with 11 other research organizations in the United States and abroad.
The College of Engineering and Applied Science has launched three new interdisciplinary research themes as part of a broad push into growing and critical areas of study. They are titled Hypersonic Vehicles, Resilient Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity, and Engineering Education and AI-Augmented Learning.