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BioMARC secures $3 million from the Department of Defense to advance vaccine development

CSU’s vaccine manufacturing facility, BioMARC, is developing a drug to protect U.S. soldiers from a mosquito-borne pathogen that can cause severe illness and death.

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Colorado River flows will keep shrinking as climate warms

Research quantifies effects temperature and precipitation have on Colorado River flows.

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Nobel Peace Prize winner Leymah Gbowee on campus

Hear how her work helped end civil war in Liberia at 6 p.m. in the Lory Student Center Ballroom.

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Getting to the root(s) of the problem

John McKay, an associate professor in CSU’s Department of Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management, will lead a $6.1 million study to learn about plant genetics from exploring plant roots as well as the soil around the plants.

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CSU’s Fort Collins, Pueblo campuses join forces for social work

The CSU Fort Collins School of Social Work has formed a partnership with the CSU Pueblo School of Social Work to strengthen both programs with new approaches for policy practice education, with support and funding from Colorado State University’s Office of the Provost.

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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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Basketball players’ visit to Boys & Girls Club showcases athleticism, academics

Players from the Colorado State University men’s basketball team used their recent bye-week time to visit the Wilfley Boys & Girls Club in North Denver.

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Denver: Temple Grandin equine programming and therapies begin in March

A Temple Grandin Equine Center is planned as part of the National Western Center, but equine assisted therapies and activities (EAAT) – which are utilized for a wide range of health conditions and special challenges – will begin in Denver in early 2017.

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From Colorado to the Amazon rainforest

CSU’s John Spencer has spent the last 15 years studying leprosy.

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Forest health survey: 834 million standing dead trees in Colorado

A new report from the Colorado State Forest Service found the number of dead trees standing in Colorado forests has increased almost 30 percent.

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