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Posts From Anne Ju Manning

Anne Ju Manning

Anne Ju Manning

Saving the monkeyflower, exercise balls and other stories at CURC

On April 17, undergraduates from every college and discipline will showcase their work during Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity.

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Earth, you never looked so good

Scientists at CSU’s Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere are interpreting data from a new weather satellite to create true-color images of Earth.

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E-Days preview: A small bridge with a steel purpose

The Steel Bridge Team’s mission is to design a one tenth-scale bridge that can be constructed and deconstructed quickly.

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Global ranking nets CSU a trio of top-10 spots

The rankings are based on the number of research articles that appear in top-tier journals.

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CSU Tropical Meteorology Project has new co-author, Michael Bell

Bell has entered into a research partnership with Philip Klotzbach, the primary author of the seasonal forecasts and verifications.

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MURALS to paint colorful picture of student passions

The Multicultural Undergraduate Research Art and Leadership Symposium will take place March 31 in the Lory Student Center.

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‘The Crowd & The Cloud’ to feature CoCoRaHS citizen science

A new public television series will feature the Colorado Climate Center’s signature citizen science movement.

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Google Street View cars are eyes on the ground for urban methane leaks

Data from the CSU-led project are helping utilities, regulators and advocacy groups reduce wasteful and environmentally damaging leaks.

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Forest service nursery gets an upgrade, courtesy of engineering students

The students have spent the past seven months making a brand-new seedling transport system, which they’ll present during E-Days.

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