AAAS Fellows are recognized for scientifically and socially distinguished achievements.
The team is developing materials that function as chemical sorbents, similar to sponges, for the precise removal and recovery of certain nutrients from municipal and agricultural wastewater.
Colorado State University shattered records for research expenditures this year, spending $447.2 million to acquire knowledge to protect people from disease, recover drought- and fire-ravaged communities, and respond to the climate emergency.
Over the last several months, a CSU research team has teamed with Woodwell Climate Research Center on a Colorado-based project aimed at helping managers of rangelands, which cover large areas of both public and private lands, understand and monitor the delicate carbon balances across their grazed landscapes.
CODEX is a web-based interactive map viewer with tools to support conservation planning and return on investment of conservation dollars.
The NSF-funded program brings together students and faculty who are interested in studying food, energy and water issues and the many ways in which those systems affect each other.
"COVID has provided us with the perfect example of how we can't ignore animals or the environment,” said Dr. Angela Bosco-Lauth.
Upending long-held theories, CSU researchers offer new insights into the role of polyphenols in the soil microbiome.
CSU is a founding partner in a $110 million U.S. Department of Energy research network, the National Alliance for Water Innovation, focused on treatment and reuse technologies for wastewater, seawater and other untapped sources.