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Kristen Browning-Blas

Kristen Browning-Blas

Dr. Ed Hoover reflects on 50 years of discovery: “It’s all a fantastic voyage”

Dr. Edward Hoover, recently named Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors, sat down for a wide-ranging interview.

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Rice Bran and Beans – they’re what’s for dinner

CSU and UCHealth researchers will present their findings on the cancer-fighting benefits of rice bran and navy beans at the annual American Association of Cancer Research meeting this week.

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World TB Day 2017: Tuberculosis survivor puts a face on life-threatening disease

CSU’s annual World TB Day event opens the Mycobacteria Research Laboratories to high-school students for an in-depth look at its cutting-edge research.

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Building community: One veterinary researcher forges connections with an entire Mexican town

Dr. Cody Minor recently worked with public health officials and veterinarians in Todos Santos and La Paz to sample nearly 200 dogs to determine the prevalence of tick-borne disease among pets in the region.

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An introduction to possibilities: “Girls, meet Science. Science, meet Girls.”

Veterinarians, students and alumni introduced Colorado girls to veterinary medicine at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.

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The element of surprise: Early findings raise more questions in space radiation research

CSU researchers are using blood samples from astronauts Scott and Mark Kelly to compare the effects of Scott’s year in space to his brother Mark’s year on Earth, and have just begun to piece together their findings.

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For this cat doctor, research requires patience, passion and a paws-on approach

Quimby will be honored with CSU’s 2017 Zoetis Research Excellence Award at noon Saturday.

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International internship opens a world of possibilities for toxicology grad student

CSU graduate student Tim Mowry will embark on an educational adventure in January, as an intern for a corporate research center outside of Tokyo.

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The sky’s the limit for CSU’s first paraplegic veterinary student

Bernard Dime was paralyzed in a skydiving accident at the age of 25. Today, he is the first paraplegic veterinary student at CSU.

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From the smallest life-forms to life’s big questions, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences students win at Grad Show

From left: Associate Dean Dr. Sandra Quackenbush, Mike Mangalea, David Markman, Allison Cleymaet and Dr. Susan VandeWoude. The CSU Graduate School’s one-day conference highlighting research and creativity wrapped up Nov. 15 with 350 presentations, including 38 entries from graduate students Read More