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New seed grants from Resilient Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity Interdisciplinary Research Theme will support range of topics

May 17, 2023

The Resilient Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity Interdisciplinary Research Theme is awarding multiple seed grants to spur research teaming in the college and boost early projects with a high potential for societal impact.

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IRT Spring Networking Event set for May 4

April 27, 2023

Two interdisciplinary research themes in the college will host a joint networking event from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. on May 4 in ECNT 312 – a large conference room in the newly renovated North Tower of the Engineering Center.

Shelly Miller

Shelly Miller to deliver Distinguished Research Lecture on April 20

March 29, 2023

Professor Shelly Miller was recently honored with a 2022 Distinguished Research Lectureship – one of the highest awards bestowed upon a faculty member at the University of Colorado Boulder by their peers.

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RISE Interdisciplinary Research Theme (IRT) announces Summer Seed Grants

Feb. 13, 2023

Applications for the 2023 Summer Resilient Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity Interdisciplinary Research Theme Seed Grant Program are now being accepted.

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Compromised oil and gas wells pose risks to groundwater in Weld County

Jan. 24, 2023

When gas leaks into and contaminates a household water well near an oil and gas drilling site, there is always a question of where it came from. Is it from a failure in the drilling or was the gas migrating naturally?

Shelly Miller

Miller honored by CU Engineering for air quality research

Jan. 20, 2023

Shelly Miller has received the 2022 Faculty Research Award from the College of Engineering and Applied Science.

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Miller in Vox: The gas stove regulation uproar, explained

Jan. 11, 2023

Professor Shelly Miller is quoted in Vox on gas stove regulation.

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Baker on North Carolina power outage and questions about grid vulnerability

Dec. 16, 2022

Kyri Baker, an assistant professor of engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder, said she's not surprised people are starting to understand the vulnerability of the nation's power infrastructure, most of which she said was built above ground to maximize efficiency and accessibility.

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Cross-campus open house will feature interdisciplinary climate change research

Nov. 8, 2022

The College of Engineering and Applied Science, the College of Arts and Sciences and the Leeds School of Business are teaming up to highlight CU Boulder-led research to address climate change from 3-5 p.m. on Nov. 30 in the Olson Atrium of the Rustandy Building.

Emily Bedell

Video: Testing for E. coli in real time in Boulder

Sept. 13, 2022

A new water quality sensor developed by engineers at CU Boulder can quickly, cheaply and accurately monitor for the presence of E. coli bacteria in water supplies, an issue that may affect more people in the U.S. and around the world in the future.