The Kanatous Physiology Lab prints skulls for educational outreach

For some, science is a complicated subject that is hard to understand. This is often something that they grew up thinking, and it turns out, most people form their opinions of love or distaste towards STEM fields by the age of six. It’s very important to engage these younger minds in the variety of STEM topics there are to offer, […]

Engineering students print a fuselage to soar over their competition

When you were little, did you ever fly remote control airplanes? I know I did. To some, it’s a reminder of a much simpler time, but for The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics club here at CSU, it’s become much more complicated, and much more competitive, than that. “Our plane has a wing span of 5 feet, and it’s about 4.5 […]

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