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Tom Sutherland: Never forgotten

Fort Collins and the Ram Family kept Tom Sutherland in their hearts and minds for the entire six years of his captivity.

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Photovoltaics research gets Department of Energy funding

The SunShot Initiative seeks to make solar energy cost-competitive with other forms of electricity by the end of the decade.

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Big Thompson flood, 40 years ago, to be commemorated this week

Nolan Doesken, Colorado State Climatologist, will make remarks at the commemoration event in Loveland.

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NSF network tackles urban water problems

The Urban Water Innovation Network’s annual meeting will take place Aug. 3-5.

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Surface tension can sort droplets for biomedical applications

Arun Kota’s lab makes coatings that repel not just water, but virtually any liquid, including oils and acids.

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Biochemists feed ‘poison pill’ to deadly virus with a funny name

Researchers in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology have designed a genetic modification to one type of coxsackievirus that strips its ability to replicate, mutate and cause illness.

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Detecting melanoma early, without a biopsy

Jesse Wilson’s goal is to build a microscope that makes early detection of melanoma faster, cheaper and less invasive than a biopsy.

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It’s a time machine. It’s a tanning booth. It’s … a mobile smog chamber

The smog chamber is just one tool Shantanu Jathar is deploying for his overarching research aim: to better understand emissions and the atmospheric processing of pollutants from a range of energy sources.

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Rocky Mountain Energy Summit offers student discount

The summit will feature sessions on energy policy, natural gas markets, and a panel with CSU Energy Institute Director Bryan Willson.

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Psychology’s Evelinn Borrayo appointed to State Board of Health

The only academic currently serving on the board, Borrayo will represent District 2 as one of nine voting members.

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