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Colorado State University and University of Colorado receive EPA grant funds to advance air quality science

Awards part of $6 million in research funding to improve Air Quality models DENVER — Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that two Colorado universities will receive research grant funding to advance scientific modeling that will contribute to the understanding air quality conditions. The awards are $5,959,842 million in EPA STAR grant funding awarded to nine institutions to improve air quality models used to simulate ozone, particulate matter (PM), regional haze, air toxics, and emerging pollutants. Colorado State University will receive $400,000 to gain insights on how emissions from wildfires andRead More


State provides COVID-19 modeling data

The state released additional COVID-19 modeling data to the public.