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Stove for the Developing World’s Health
AMANDA LEIGH HAAG, New York Times,January 22, 2008
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CSU Graduate Student Opportunity
Patcrick McGoldrick, Global Innovation Center for Energy, Environment & Health
Colorado State University, CSU, Fort Collins,CO March 14, 2007

Air Pollution and Respiratory Health among Honduran Women (2 MB pdf)poster
M.L. Clark,1 J.L. Peel,1 S. Conway,2 J.B. Burch,3 S.J. Reynolds 1 2006

1Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO; 2Trees Water & People, Fort Collins, CO; 3University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC



Advanced Stoves Laboratory at Colorado State University
Peter Letvin , Elisa Guzman, Dr. Bryan Willson
Global Innovation Center for Energy, Environment & Health, CSU January 2006

The Electric EcoFogao
Dan Mastbergen, Dr. Bryan Willson, Sachin Joshi, Colorado State University January 2006

High Volume Production of Clean Cook Stoves for Honduras
Bryan Willson and Peter Letvin, Colorado State University Global Innovation Center for Energy, Environment and Health January 2006

Clearing the Air, How epidemiology, engineering, and experiment fingered fine particles as airborne killers by Jonathon Shaw, BryanWillson May 2005

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