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Anne Ju Manning

Anne Ju Manning

CSU electron microscopy expert honored for groundbreaking invention

Roy Geiss received the Materials Measurement Laboratory Distinguished Associate Accolade for his invention of transmission electron backscattered diffraction.

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Apple features CSU air pollution research in new podcast series

The work of John Volckens and his team are front and center in the tech giant’s inaugural Higher Education Stories.

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FBI gets synthetic biology crash course at CSU

Agents and analysts from the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation visited campus for an intensive training program spearheaded by one of the university’s preeminent biotechnologists.

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Libby Barnes looks for extreme weather in the middle distance

Her aim is to understand extreme weather two weeks to two months in the advance – what’s called sub-seasonal timescales.

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A new twist on uranium’s origin story, by CSU scientists

Widely accepted textbook geology is being challenged, thanks to new CSU research.

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Commencement Week: A high-touch approach in a high-tech world

How can universities like CSU engage with students on a personal level, while embracing technology and everything it can provide?

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That’s a wrap on CURC 2017

Held April 17, this year’s showcase wrapped up with an April 25 awards ceremony.

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A quiet leader, Victor Fuentes has soaked up every last drop at CSU

In just three semesters, Fuentes has done his best to pack in a four-year college experience.

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