Graduating senior Abdalla Elmedani left a career and a continent behind to follow his passion at MSU Denver.
Here’s how MSU Denver’s ‘maker community’ is combining its expertise, ingenuity and resources to design and manufacture much-needed personal protective equipment.
An MSU Denver mechanical-engineering technology professor is testing a stopgap solution that brings together advanced manufacturing and snorkel gear.
There are many kinds of misery in winter, but which is the worst? Associate Professor of Meteorology Keah Schuenemann offers a guide.
Ambient Energy partners with higher education to develop a workforce that creates a regenerative and resilient world.
Is food delivery safe? How long does coronavirus live on different surfaces? What cleaning products kill the virus? Here's what you need to know to keep you and your family safe from COVID-19.
Want to have your big idea heard at TEDxMSUDenver 2019? Here are 5 expert tips to help your talk connect.
Technology makes climbing, skiing and other recreational activities more dynamic, more safe and more accessible
Becky Alter toured much of the world as a musician. Her next gig is preserving it for generations to come.
Our reporting last year stretched from the Auraria Campus to the Capitol, rural Colorado to grade-school classrooms. Here are the best and most-read stories of 2019.
While most people try to avoid insects, this biology alum has dedicated his life to studying the 'small, beautiful creatures.'
Graduating senior Hannah Wagoner shows girls they can rock at science.
Professor’s expertise sheds light on impact of 2013 Colorado floods.
Industrial design students develop new weather station for legendary locale.
Testing for Carrión’s disease in Andean populations is severely lacking. Now, an MSU Denver biology student is developing an approach that promises to bring critical medical technology out of the lab and into the field.
Students trade sunglasses for telescopes in their spring break road trip to a famed research facility.
From dentistry to first-place individual and team finishes in prestigious beer competitions, this grad’s tapping into transformation.
Meteorology faculty member discusses the implications of ice the size of Delaware breaking off from a shelf in Antarctica.
They’re rarely seen or heard, but their work is critical in the fight against coronavirus. An innovative postdegree program is training a new crop of scientists for the in-demand field.
The state’s drastic dry-out and four major fires underscore the water challenges facing the West.
Expertise in water policy and law are more valuable than ever. Here's why an online water certificate focused on Colorado's unique laws is drawing professionals from across the country.
It’s very dry and surprisingly hot. Then it gets chilly. And nobody uses an umbrella. Let meteorologist Sam Ng explain ...
Mosquito season is peaking across Colorado. Here’s what 'Mosquito Man' Bob Hancock wants you to know about the bloodsucking arthropods.
Here are 17 of the state's best geological hikes, where you can find everything from dinosaur fossils to ancient ruins to waterfalls — and even volcanoes.
The State of Colorado, wastewater-treatment facilities and university scientists team up to collect data that can serve as an early-warning system for coronavirus outbreaks.
Here’s how an advanced manufacturing sciences student is using 3D printing to assist patients at Craig Hospital.
Cybersecurity experts say attacks are too numerous for fail-safe protection but that threats can be contained.
18-year-old will graduate from MSU Denver, then from high school.
Colorado's strong snowpack eliminated drought conditions statewide. Here's what that means for our rivers, reservoirs and wildfire risks.
Three students from MSU Denver are selected for the first Colorado Science and Engineering Policy Fellowship.
Competitive video gaming is expected to hit $1B in global revenue this year. Here's how the industry plays in Colorado's economy and classrooms.
An alumnus proves the sky is the limit with small steps and an eye toward helping others.
Two of General Motors’ top automotive-design sculptors show the next generation of designers the importance of modeling in a digital world.
Here’s how MSU Denver’s Chemistry Department and Beer Industry Program teamed up to make sure Auraria Campus facilities have plenty of hand sanitizer.
How do we fill 2.4 million new jobs? Three students discuss one program’s impact on workforce – and community – development.
STEM is the hottest acronym in education. Here are tips from Colorado's Teacher of the Year for helping students discover science, tech, engineering and math.
The Colorado sky has metamorphosed into a sea of color, thanks to the arrival of a very specific winged visitor.
Alumna Samantha Sizemore on missile defense, space station missions and getting what you want out of the college experience.
Here’s how one domestic violence survivor is using computer-repair skills to provide others with the technology they need to restart their lives.
Scientist Judy Daniels digs deep to help Colorado's new crop of industrial hemp farmers.
From a dead-end job to a high-flying career in space manufacturing, Joshua Harris aims for the stars.
Partnership with EPA draws new generation of students into the field.
Phillip Danielson, Ph.D., has spent decades pioneering advances in forensic science to help solve crimes – just don’t mention a certain TV series
The human family just got bigger, with the discovery of a new species deep in a South African cave.
Future meteorologists hit the high plains for an up-close view of severe weather
Kim Jong-nam’s recent assassination with a chemical agent is part of a macabre tale of life – and death – imitating art.
Industrial design students debut concepts for a better rain barrel, compete for cash prizes on March 15.
Sci-fi film series explores the science of how imagination takes flight into other dimensions.
MSU Denver and the Denver Botanic Gardens want people to care about water conservation.
Tech startup, nonprofit help University address K-12 shortage.
How a professor’s experiment of bonding with the blind has introduced hundreds of visually impaired students to science.
Why do easily disproved conspiracy theories persist and spread? Psychology explains 5 ways our brains are to blame.
Denver’s urban university and botanic garden team up to make an even bigger impact on water issues in Colorado.
Here's how RTD approaches the data that will determine the future of public transportation in Denver.
Film series explores xenophobia, sexism and other social issues through fantasy
It took Scott Margolis 21 years to graduate from college. Today, he’s a cybersecurity leader at a Big Four accounting firm.
MSU Denver’s new Skills Lab provides job-seekers with free virtual training in fields that will grow – and be created – as the economy recovers from the COVID-19 recession.
When it comes to career choices, student Jonathan Spencer Martinez is thinking small – as in nanotechnology.
As solar-eclipse fever is sweeping the nation, here's a look at why it’s a big deal now – and why it has been for millennia.
Smithsonian and Library of Congress throw open their digital doors, giving teachers access to troves of unfiltered information
Fixing bone fractures has stayed the same for 200 years. These engineering students aim to change that via 3-D printing.
Fill up a cup as we chat with Tom Cech and Nona Shipman from the One World One Water Center.
Want to know one alum’s formula for landing a prestigious internship and a path to doctoral studies in physics? Read on.
WATCH: Lockheed Martin deep space exploration engineer Dave Gingerich reimagines a future in which our species' survival requires evolving to live entirely in space.
For alum Dan Tighe, a distillery is a family affair.
What actually happens to us when our gentler emotions are roused? Our psychology expert Mary Ann Watson explains.
Graduates of the Colorado Center for Medical Laboratory Science thrive in a hidden and high-demand health care profession.
MSU Denver-led research in the Andes targets solutions to Chile’s dwindling supply.
Think the Mile High City is a bleak, freezing snowscape during the cooler months? Think again.
How does a federal officer end up as the top tech leader in a construction firm? It’s all about problem-solving and leadership.
PHOTOS: Restoration begins on a piece of Tivoli Brewing Co. history
Here's how TV meteorologists are adapting to a rapidly changing media climate.
With her campus closed, this Japanese-language professor took her students on an immersive, experiential field trip in Second Life.
Why programs that blend work-based learning and traditional academics might be the future of higher education.
How the emerging practice of capturing vapor may provide an answer to drought – and a tasty lunch
Engineering students want to add electricity to your commute, will debut charger at April 21 research conference.
A 50-year champion for equity leads a new fellowship reimagining the process for building a diverse faculty.
Here's how female STEM students deal with gender-based challenges and how alums in the workforce are making it work.