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Mary Guiden

Mary Guiden

Bernard Rollin lauded with lifetime achievement award

Philosopher, animal ethicist and University Distinguished Professor recognized for Excellence in Research Ethics from Public Responsibility in Medicine & Research.

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Oklahoma shakes lead CSU researchers into earthquake forecasting

CSU researchers are studying earthquakes in Oklahoma, which has become a hotbed of earthquake activity.

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CSU researcher’s work boosts sage grouse conservation project

CSU researcher Michael Falkowski created a tree canopy cover for a new online map to better target invasive species that are damaging sage grouse habitat.

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Author to discuss people, dogs and cancer cures

Arlene Weintraub will share the story behind her book, Heal: The Vital Role of Dogs in the Search for Cancer Cures, on March 7.

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Undergrads find best fit in labs with fellowships

A new Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program aims to help young researchers find the scientific love of their lives.

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Joel Berger fights to preserve unknown animal species

CSU’s Joel Berger is a voice for animals that live in places he describes as “uncrowded playing fields.”

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Sustainability education through art

Erika Osborne creates works that raise awareness of environmental issues in the American West

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DNA analysis device a game-changer for researchers

The digital PCR system provides an incredibly sensitive analysis of DNA samples, which is critical to a wide range of fields in the life sciences.

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Happy 146th, CSU!

Colorado State University will celebrate its 146th anniversary on Thursday, Feb. 11, with a Founders Day Celebration.

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7 things you should know about Zika virus

How concerned should you be about Zika virus? CSU researchers weigh in on the topic.

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