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Grad student Derek Doyle works with neutrinos, nature’s most elusive particle

CSU Physics grad student Derek Doyle is working with Fermilab to make sense of the subatomic world.

Writing with light

A sophisticated new tool that can make extremely small objects – too small to see with the eye alone – will mean big things for science across campus.

Simulation software with humble beginnings receives $1.7 million from NSF

Professor Wolfgang Bangerth’s software has a worldwide community of users and is now on version 9.0.

For critically ill patients on life support, CSU chemistry could help them survive

Together with trauma care doctors, CSU chemists may soon play a key role in making next-generation extracorporeal life support devices more effective and less invasive.


Elements Magazine

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