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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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CSU environmental science and engineering ranked No. 7 worldwide

Colorado State University’s environmental engineering degree program, part of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, has been ranked No. 7 worldwide by the Academic Ranking of World Universities.

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For tropical mayflies, mountain passes are higher indeed

Divergent climate tolerances play crucial roles in how species evolve. CSU biologists offer new insight into this long-held understanding of species diversity.

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How dark is your night? Researchers rank use of artificial light

Roger Culver, professor of physics and longtime astronomy instructor at CSU, has co-created a first-of-its-kind index that ranks communities according to their observed lighting efficiency, which affects the quality of their dark skies.

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Garfield County air quality study results presented to public

Study leader Jeffrey Collett, professor and head of CSU’s Department of Atmospheric Science, presented the study results during a session of the Garfield County Board of Commissioners June 14.

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To ‘Qapture’ heat: Retrofit device for cookstoves nets two prizes

The device is aimed at improving indoor air quality for people in the developing world, while providing access to electricity.

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$3.5M methane emissions test site to be built at CSU

The Department of Energy has awarded CSU funds to create and operate the facility, which will simulate a broad range of natural gas production systems for testing technologies in real-world industry conditions.

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Modeling the correct doses for disease-fighting drugs

Chemical engineer Brad Reisfeld has described a new computational model for optimizing dosing for a tuberculosis drug.

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Hydraulic fracturing chemical spills on agricultural land need scrutiny, say CSU researchers

A CSU research team has studied the fate of hydraulic fracturing chemicals when they are accidentally spilled during either transportation or production in oil and gas operations.

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