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Mary Guiden

Mary Guiden

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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CSU-led NASA DEVELOP team takes top prize in national competition

A Fort Collins-based team at Colorado State University won the virtual poster session for the NASA DEVELOP program.

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Bullying is unacceptable: New policy takes on bad behavior

Colorado State University recently enacted a policy to ensure staff, faculty and student employees feel safe and respected on the job.

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CSU experts weigh in on UN climate talks accord

CSU researchers and leaders comment on the 2015 Paris climate talks.

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DNA research offers clues on cell mutation

A CSU team has found that RNA plays a new and important role in the DNA repair process.

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Despite poaching, elephants’ social networks hold steady

While the demand for ivory has put elephants under incredible pressure from poachers, their rich social networks have remained remarkably steady.

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Reina Galvan, Warner College of Natural Resources

Reina Galvan looks forward to traveling the world to study wildlife biology.

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NPR’s Joe Palca talks science

NPR Science Correspondent Joe Palca will give two talks on or near the CSU campus on Dec. 11.

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UN climate change talks an important process for all countries, CSU expert says

CSU’s Peter Backlund, Bill Ritter and other faculty are in Paris for the 21st Conference of the Parties, a UN-organized annual meeting for nearly 200 countries that want to take action on climate change.

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