City buildings linked by lines

Study: Low-energy heating and cooling systems can deliver deep energy savings

Dec. 4, 2020

Amy Allen is the first author on “Evaluation of Low-exergy Heating and Cooling Systems and Topology Optimization for Deep Energy Savings at the Urban District Level,” recently published in Energy Conversion and Management.

Emerson Domke in scout uniform holding flag

Badge of honor: Engineering sophomore among nation's first female Eagle Scouts

Dec. 3, 2020

Emerson Domke’s diligent attention to her meticulously mapped-out schedule resulted in her completing all tasks in just 19 months and six days.

cwc wind turbine

Senior Design students pave the way for involvement in the Collegiate Wind Competition

Nov. 16, 2020

This year, an interdisciplinary team of Senior Design students is the first at CU Boulder to enter the Collegiate Wind Competition as a learn-along team. They are working hard to secure a spot for CU Boulder in the competition next year and are making impressive strides in wind energy innovation and education.

A balloon launching with payloads on a line.

Launching science to near space in a pandemic

Nov. 3, 2020

College students across Colorado are building science experiments that will travel into the stratosphere – and they are doing all the work at home. It is all part of a Colorado Space Grant Consortium extracurricular initiative for...

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New paper on lightning distance estimation published in IEEE

Oct. 21, 2020

André Antunes de Sá, a PhD candidate in the Ann and H.J. Smead Aerospace Engineering Sciences Department, is co-author of a new paper published in IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing.

Megan English

English of Team Weimer earns Ryland Family Graduate Fellowship

Oct. 14, 2020

Megan English, a graduate student in the Team Weimer Chemical and Biological Engineering research group, is the recipient of the Ryland Family Graduate Fellowship for the 2020-21 academic year.

Test tubes being filled

Streamlined Research & Innovation Week goes virtual

Oct. 5, 2020

The Research & Innovation Office (RIO) invites students, faculty, staff and the community to join Research & Innovation Week, October 12–16. The 2020 streamlined edition will feature three virtual events that you’ll only be able to find at CU Boulder.

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Undergraduate researchers learn valuable lessons from remote research

Sept. 24, 2020

Undergraduate researches share their experiences as participants in the ME SPUR Program. ME SPUR, modeled after CU Summer Program for Undergraduate Research, enabled undergraduate students to work with mechanical engineering faculty on research that could be conducted remotely.

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LearnChemE founders celebrate 10 years of chemical engineering education with a new NSF grant

Sept. 23, 2020

Ten years ago, a few professors had a question: what if chemical and biological engineering students and instructors could get free, in-depth, high-quality instruction on hundreds of subjects within the field any time they wanted?


Air Quality Inquiry project extends from rural Colorado into Mongolia

Sept. 21, 2020

For three years, Air Quality Inquiry has been reaching K-12 students across rural Colorado. This year, Daniel Knight and his team extended the program across the globe to reach Public Lab Mongolia, a nonprofit whose mission is to make data available to the Mongolian public.