Nanette Boyle

Nanette Boyle

Nanette Boyle Assistant Professor, Coors Developmental Chair Recent reports from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have indicated that atmospheric carbon dioxide levels have reached a new high (400 ppm) and continue on an upward trend. This,...
Kevin Cash

Kevin Cash

Kevin Cash Assistant Professor Current molecular probes and sensor technologies present limitations in both the range of targets that can be measured and the ability to function in the complicated in vivo environment. My research program will help answer pressing...
Melissa Krebs

Melissa Krebs

Assistant Professor There is a critical need for replacement tissues due to organ failure and tissue loss. The field of tissue engineering seeks to regenerate diseased or damaged tissues by providing the necessary physical, biochemical, and cellular cues that promote...
David W.M. Marr

David W.M. Marr

Professor The controlled assembly of colloidal particles has received significant attention in recent years because of their potential application as nano- and micro-structured materials. To vary their structure and behavior, we employ external fields, including...
Keith Neeves

Keith Neeves

Associate Professor Research in our laboratory focuses on fluid mechanics and transport phenomena in biological and geological porous media. We use theoretical, computational, and experimental approaches to measure and model transport rates and determine their...