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Anne Ju Manning

Anne Ju Manning

Register for CSU Demo Day poster competition by March 10

CSU Demo Day, a showcase of innovation and entrepreneurship, will take place April 27 in the Lory Student Center.

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Bright lights, big science: Joel Williams helping unleash some of the world’s brightest X-rays

A rare opportunity has landed the electrical engineering graduate student on the ground floor of a new wave of X-ray science at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

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Deadline to submit an abstract for MURALS is March 3

The Multicultural Undergraduate Research Art and Leadership Symposium, taking place March 31, is an opportunity for students of color from various disciplines to be exposed to undergraduate research opportunities.

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Undergrads, sign up for CURC by March 21

Registration is open for the 23rd annual Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity, a showcase for undergraduate work in arts, sciences, service learning and more.

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Improving the phytobiome: CSU climate scientist to speak at AAAS

At the AAAS annual meeting, research scientist Andrew Jones will join a discussion on the interactions of plants, microorganisms, soils and climate.

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A turbulent life: Monfort Professor to discuss physics of fluids

Civil engineering associate professor Karan Venayagamoorthy will present the Monfort Lecture, Feb. 23.

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Did you know? CSU groundhog expert offers fascinating facts

In honor of Groundhog Day, read some fast facts about these fascinating rodents.

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Bill Ritter to highlight need for common ground, political courage in DC lecture

Ritter has received the John H. Chafee Memorial Award, which honors renowned leaders who “communicate the importance of science in environmental policy and decision making.”

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Blood-repellent materials: A new approach to medical implants

A material created by CSU researchers is repellent to blood and could form the basis for biocompatible surgical implants.

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How do your ice crystals grow? NSF fellow chases fires to study clouds

Atmospheric science researcher Gregg Schill is seeking to isolate the relationship between clouds, and the black carbon from burning biomass.

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