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100 Years of Pingree Park

They envisioned a place where students could learn forestry and other disciplines in a living classroom. Today, 100 years later, Pingree is home to a campus and conference center that hosts more than 5,000 annual visitors.

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Odell gives $100,000 to fermentation science program

As Colorado’s craft beer industry continues to flourish, Odell Brewing Co. in Fort Collins and its owners are investing in the state’s future brewers.

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Colorado research universities to lead U.S. contribution to global environmental initiative

The United States has been selected as one of five international hubs for Future Earth, an ambitious 10-year research initiative to address global environmental change solutions and actions. The U.S. hub will be headquartered in Colorado and managed jointly by

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Researcher: ‘Hot’ yoga yields fitness benefits

Researchers at Colorado State University have produced some of the first scientific evidence that Bikram yoga, a type of “hot yoga,” has beneficial effects on fitness. They are also the first to quantify the number of calories burned while practicing

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Pets need good dental care, and that requires general anesthesia

Dental disease is one of the most common problems identified during an exam at the veterinary office.

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Pet Health: Help pets avoid hazards during the holiday season

Avoid these hazards food and decoration hazards during the holidays.

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2013 Fall Address and University Picnic

In his annual Presidential Fall Address on Wednesday, Colorado State University President Tony Frank announced that a top priority for this year is to create an exceptional work environment for CSU’s adjunct faculty.

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2012 Fall Address and University Picnic

In his annual Presidential Fall Address on Thursday, Colorado State University President Tony Frank told the University community to anticipate, within the next decade, a future without public funding for higher education.

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Tuberculosis Innovation

Half a world away from most of the world's tuberculosis victims, researchers lead the fight against a disease that still ravages millions of lives in developing countries, and lurks in the shadows of the most developed nations. The largest tuberculosis Read More