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Posts From Mary Guiden

Mary Guiden

Mary Guiden

Enhancing our soils’ biodiversity can improve human health

Colorado State University’s Diana Wall and coauthors make the case to integrate soil biodiversity research into human health studies in a paper published online in Nature November 23.

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CSU, Los Alamos neutron detection experts train visiting students

A handful of students from Alcorn State University recently spent several days on the CSU campus learning about neutron detection.

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Forestry students land national award, new jobs

Colorado State University’s student chapter of the Society of American Foresters recently took top honors at the organization’s annual convention. Five CSU students also landed jobs at the convention.

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CSU study offers new recommendations for TB vaccine testing in humans

CSU Professor Ian Orme recently conducted a study that provides new clues to what went wrong with a landmark TB vaccine trial in South Africa.

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Forgotten but not gone: West Nile virus impacts greater number of bird species, study finds

A new study led by Colorado State University finds that the West Nile virus is killing birds — more so than previously thought — in the short- and long-term.

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Agriculture in Africa

Harvard Professor Calestous Juma will discuss the role that biological diversity could play in helping Africa pursue alternative agricultural strategies.

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CSU research spending totals $317 million for FY 2015

Research expenditures for Colorado State University scientists reached $317.2 million in FY 2015.

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CSU experts discuss UN’s Sustainable Development Goals Oct. 14

CSU researchers will discuss the UN goals and related CSU research at Avo’s.

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Cheetah conservation expert to speak Oct. 14

Mary Wykstra, one of the founders of Action for Cheetahs, will present the status of the organization’s projects.

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