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Katie Courage

Katie Courage

Best science students compete at CSU for prizes, scholarships

The 6th-12th graders were here to compete at the Colorado Science and Engineering Fair.

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To super-cool hydrogen atoms, CSU physicist turns to lasers

Physics Assistant Professor Dylan Yost has received an NSF CAREER award, which will fund a two-photon laser cooling technique.

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Chemist Jamie Neilson named Sloan Research Fellow and Cottrell Scholar

Neilson is using chemistry to create new, innovative materials to change the way we harvest and use energy.

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CSU brings science ‘wows’ to Todos Santos school children

The Little Shop of Physics traveled to the CSU Todos Santos Center in Baja California Sur, Mexico, to spread their enthusiasm for science.

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Enter the CSU Art & Science Exhibition by Feb. 1

Your talents are wanted for the annual Colorado State University Art & Science Exhibition. All students, faculty and staff are encouraged to enter.

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CSU students join thousands for celebration of women in computing

This past fall, 10 undergraduate computer science students attended the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing.

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Transforming medicine with technology and teams

College of Natural Sciences alumnus Jack Cochran helped turn Kaiser Permanente around, and ushered in a new era of information-age medicine.

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How to study, according to science – plus 4 tips for better learning

Psychology’s Ed DeLosh studies how our brains learn best. And rote memorization is out.

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Alliance crosses state lines to expand opportunities for students in STEM

A five-year award of $4.8 million from the National Science Foundation has created the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation.

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Hundreds of high school students factor up a fury on Math Day

More than 300 high school students were on campus Nov. 3 for Math Day, an annual competitive event hosted by the math department.

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