Right now, the CU researchers just have a proof of concept. But Nagpal hopes that the system could one day be scaled up and used in homes or offices.
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No, putting the fish in your bathtub won't make them safer to eat.
The runoff will put so much water into the Colorado River that Lake Powell is expected to rise 50 feet this year.
Grizzlies are thriving in other parts of the country, but the bear hasn't been seen in Colorado since 1979.
Dems Passed A Law To Help Counties Tighten Drilling Rules. Weld Wants To Use It To Make Drilling Easier
Weld's commissioners passed a resolution to tighten its grasp on local control of oil and gas development — something expressly given to communities in Colorado's new law on the matter.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is creating the first-ever climate unit after new legislation was approved by Gov. Jared Polis, which sets requirements for collecting climate change data.
The EPA said it would follow strict safety guidelines when drilling the test well into the American Tunnel.
The center educates and employs rural youth. Its director says 46 employees there will lose their federal jobs. She says they may reapply for them, but they would work for a private contractor.
Much of the national grid is old, some of it by more than 100 years, and splintered into local and regional sections that don’t connect.
The National Weather Service says that heavy rain over southeastern Colorado could cause flooding over vulnerable burn scar areas.
To Minimize Deaths On Everest, This Climber Wants More Regulations And A Change To 'The Barometer Of Success'
Jake Norton of Evergreen recently returned from his eighth expedition to Everest. Eleven people have died on the mountain this climbing season.
Automakers offer up more electric vehicle models in hopes of convincing Colorado not to adopt California’s zero-emission vehicle standards.
Probably through July you might not have to get on a plane — or drive for dozens of hours — to get to sand, water and waves. Just head to Southern Colorado.
As the Platte meanders through Denver, it gurgles past lots of potential sources of pollution.
A chief concern is poaching, that illegal killings if wolves could rise without protections in place.