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Can you hear me now? CSU research could help miners stay safe

A newly funded project is aimed at providing miners a low-cost, high-fidelity communication system.

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Move-In 2016: Fee boards steer CSU for future students

Students vote on facility fees to be charged as well as how they will be spent at CSU.

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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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Neutrinos, ever bizarre, enjoy the spotlight

Two separate, international scientific collaborations studying neutrinos have reported new insights into how neutrinos behave. CSU researchers have played a significant role in both.

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Paid volunteers needed for smoke inhalation health study

CSU researchers are seeking about 50 volunteers to participate in the study, which they’ll launch this fall at the Powerhouse Energy Campus.

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CSU says ‘thank you’ to Chemistry Research Building crew, state of Colorado

Faculty, staff and students from the Department of Chemistry and the College of Natural Sciences finished the week with a celebratory lunch at the construction site of the new building, set to open roughly a year from now.

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Waste not: Edible wax coating slicks liquids with ease

Materials scientists have created a “superhydrophobic” coating that easily slicks away viscous liquids like syrup, honey and ketchup.

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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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NSF network tackles urban water problems

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

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