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Anne Ju Manning

Anne Ju Manning

Rappe to give webinar on chemistry of addiction

Professor of Chemistry Anthony Rappe will give a free webinar Nov. 12 explaining the important role chemistry plays in addiction.

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Insights, solutions offered at Natural Gas Symposium 2015

Headlined by Environmental Defense Fund President Fred Krupp, CSU’s 2015 Natural Gas Symposium featured more than 40 speakers covering research and best practices in every facet of the oil and gas industry.

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Beyond Siri: Researchers are bridging human-computer interaction

With the goal of revolutionizing everyday interactions between humans and computers, CSU researchers are developing new technologies for making computers recognize not just traditional commands, but also non-verbal ones.

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Chemists invent ‘tool’ for assembling life molecules

Chemists have developed a tool for putting molecules together faster, paving the way for better pharmaceutical and materials processing.

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Natural gas symposium to highlight research, regulations, clean energy

Colorado State University’s fifth annual Natural Gas Symposium, hosted by the CSU Energy Institute, will take place Oct. 27-28 in the Lory Student Center.

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Physics Nobel laureate to give public lecture

John L. Hall, who shared the 2005 Nobel Prize in Physics, will deliver a public talk Oct. 26.

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EPA leaders praise CSU sustainability efforts

EPA representatives spent a half day on campus Oct. 13, starting with a luncheon honoring CSU chemistry professor Eugene Chen and staff member Sheela Backen for sustainability-related achievements.

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Synthetic bio student team turns fry oil into plant food, wins a medal

Colorado State University student researchers have invented a low-cost method for transforming used fry oil – dumped or recycled by restaurants by the gallon – into a valuable plant hormone chock-full of energy molecules.

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High-powered supercomputer to boost Rocky Mountain research

Colorado State’s Information Science and Technology Center (ISTeC), in collaboration with the University of Colorado at Boulder, has received a $2.73 million National Science Foundation grant to purchase a state-of-the-art, high-performance computing system.

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