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  • Chemical & Biological Engineering
    for course projects Visit the q bio summer school website here for more information New Grant for Snow Group The Snow group has secured a new grant from the Biomaterials Program in the Division of Materials Research in the National Science Foundation The general goal is to design new materials by encoding the assembly of building block proteins This award is cofunded by US Army Natick Soldier Research Development Engineering Center The intended crystalline biomaterials are so precisely organized that they will diffract X rays allowing high resolution determination of the molecular structure details While there are many possible applications for such materials the research will focus on 1 determining the extent to which the position of constituent building blocks can be programmed and 2 assessing applications for the protein crystal pore network Specifically the project will produce and characterize close packed hexagonal arrays of nanowires that may form useful ultra high surface area materials for catalysis or battery applications Porous protein crystals may also offer advantages as multifunctional delivery materials combining high capacity with the possibility of extensive nanostructure control NSF Grant for Chris Snow A recent National Science Foundation NSF award made to Colorado State University with an intended total amount of 350 000 00 This project entitled Highly Parallel Synthesis of Nanostructures Inside Crystalline Protein Scaffolds is under the direction of Christopher Snow The award is effective Sep 01 2014 This is a 3 year CMMI Nanomanufacturing grant a collaboration with Chris Ackerson in the department of Chemistry A grand challenge in nanomaterials manufacturing is the reliable scalable and reproducible production of metallic nanostructures Full story here News Archives Upcoming Events Department Seminars All Seminars are at 4pm on Thursdays in Scott 229 unless otherwise noted Spring 2016 March 10 Wenbing Hu Nanjing University China March 24

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  • College of Engineering
    year our engineering undergraduate students participate in a capstone senior design project They display and present their work at Engineering Days This unique experience allows students to develop practical hands on skills and teaches them how to succeed in an integrated interdisciplinary engineering design environment Senior design challenges students to think creatively and empowers them to take responsibility for all phases of their project from design and manufacture to documentation and marketing Explore a few examples of senior design projects regional and national team competitions and the marketable products that result from these projects The senior design experience includes presentations by industry professionals who share information about the engineering workplace Students typically work in small teams with advisors and real clients simulating the environments of small medium and large companies Some students depending on their department and project participate in major intercollegiate project competitions that require travel to compete with other engineering students in events that test the ingenuity and robustness of their student projects Upon graduation our students find that they are able to successfully compete for engineering positions and once employed they are well prepared for today s workplace Undergraduate Study Why CSU Engineering Programs Degrees Freshman Information

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  • Scott Building - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    and biomedical engineering The diversity of faculty staff and students has expanded New companies have been spun out of the COE through discoveries made by students and faculty The one thing that has not grown during this time is available teaching laboratory and research space Students and faculty are wedged into laboratory space inadequate for the cutting edge work each performs to resolve important global challenges A new building is truly a necessity for our growing college The Suzanne and Walter Scott Jr Bioengineering Building will be an interdisciplinary research and academic facility that will bring together students and faculty in pods focused on several broad research topics including energy health and the environment It will be a signature building at one of the main entrances to campus at the corner of Laurel and Meridian Facilities will include interdisciplinary research laboratories teaching laboratories classrooms faculty offices and the Student Success Center The Student Success Center will support student focused retention programs the Engineering Education teacher education program career development an Entrepreneurship Center and the Women and Minorities in Engineering Program Much of the project planning has been completed including an internal RFP process to determine which interdisciplinary research teams will

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  • Scott Building - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    next generation of nanoscale integrated biosensors which will lead to better detection of bioterrorism agents environmental contaminants and viruses and bacteria He is helping to improve lab on a chip technology that will make it cheaper easier and quicker to detect and study chemicals in the atmosphere and the human body Susan De Long New molecular biology tools Susan De Long has developed new molecular biology tools to study the genes involved in perchlorate treatment so that bacteria can be used to remove perchlorate and other contaminants from drinking water The biological processes she studies have applications that range from water treatment and remediation to biofuels and ultimately will lead to a world where water treatment has less impact on the environment Nick Fisk Biological systems for photovoltaics Nick Fisk s research stands to make an impact in two key areas energy and human health He is designing biological systems to grow photovoltaics meaning that renewable energy could be a low cost reality with minimal infrastructure even for the developing world He is also engineering bacterial virus particles to be low cost diagnostics having broad impacts on the quality of life of large numbers of people One of his current projects is developing a phage particle that can detect a protein found in the urine of active Tuberculosis patients in an effort to make it quicker and easier to diagnose Tuberculosis Chuck Henry Miniaturized analysis systems Chuck Henry s work enhances the use of miniaturized analysis systems also called lab on a chip systems to detect disease and pinpoint environmental contaminants leading to systems that will more quickly detect and remediate pollutants He is also developing new techniques to determine the best plant species to cultivate for biofuels Sue James Biomaterials medical devices Sue James research in biomaterials will improve the quality of life of people who receive a wide range of medical devices Progress in biomaterials research will help treat cartilage defects in the knee strengthen total joint replacements spine repair and fracture fixation and lead to more life long durable artificial heart valves that do not require anti coagulation and are much more affordable Better less expensive devices can serve the needs of unmet markets in the developing world including the worldwide pediatric population Diego Krapf Nanoscale single molecule biophysics Diego Krapf s work focuses on nanoscale single molecule biophysics more specifically studying membrane dynamics and protein DNA interactions to develop optical platforms for low cost high sensitive sensors to diagnose infectious diseases This work can help doctors to treat disease outbreaks before they become pandemics Kevin Lear Photonic biosensors optical communications Kevin Lear is pioneering advances in photonic biosensors and optical communications leading to improvements in lab on a chip devices and microprocessors Improved biosensors will help diagnose diseases in remote or developing locations and better chips will enable devices to operate more and more quickly while generating less heat leading to more efficient devices Christie Peebles Metabolic engineering systems biology Christie Peebles research focuses on metabolic

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  • Scott Building - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    affects landscapes around the world Each year Tekla asks their customers to join the Tekla North America BIM Awards There are three categories BIM Building Information Modeling steel and concrete This year the Scott Building is a finalist in the concrete category Please check out the Tekla Awards site to learn more about the Scott Building s design elements and don t forget to vote for our new building You

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  • Scott Building - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    Pods Tekla BIM Awards Time Lapse Video Tour Giving Funding Naming Opportunities Leadership Firms Groups Green Log In Construction Time Lapse Video This video shows the construction on the Scott Building between October 18th 2011 and April 3rd 2012 Departments and Programs Atmospheric Sciences Biomedical Engineering Chemical Biological Engineering Civil Environmental Engineering Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere Electrical Computer Engineering Engineering Science Mechanical Engineering Resources Contact the College

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  • Scott Building - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    Industry Home Description Research Pods Tekla BIM Awards Time Lapse Video Tour Giving Funding Naming Opportunities Leadership Firms Groups Green Log In Tour the Building For additional tour information please contact Jesse Parker colostate edu Departments and Programs Atmospheric Sciences Biomedical Engineering Chemical Biological Engineering Civil Environmental Engineering Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere Electrical Computer Engineering Engineering Science Mechanical Engineering Resources Contact the College Search CSU University Events

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  • Scott Building - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    thrilled to be moving forward with this project and hope that you will consider making a gift in support of the Scott Building Suzanne and Walter Scott Foundation Donates 10 Million to Colorado State University for The Scott Building Read more about this amazing gift on the CSU News Information site Naming opportunities and recognition levels Details can be found here Information on giving to the Scott Building Contact the

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