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Getting REDI: New institute focuses on economics of rural and urban areas

Findings about the relationship between and differences among rural and urban areas are the foundation of the newly created Regional Economic Development Institute, or REDI.

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CSU team predicts slightly below-average 2017 Atlantic hurricane season

The CSU Tropical Meteorology Project team is predicting 11 named storms during the hurricane season, which runs from June 1 to November 30.

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Earth, you never looked so good

Scientists at CSU’s Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere are interpreting data from a new weather satellite to create true-color images of Earth.

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Rice Bran and Beans – they’re what’s for dinner

CSU and UCHealth researchers will present their findings on the cancer-fighting benefits of rice bran and navy beans at the annual American Association of Cancer Research meeting this week.

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CSU researchers exploring compounds that could extend lifespan

While we’re still a long way from creating a pill that allows people to live longer, two Colorado State University researchers are studying plant-based compounds that show promise for extending lifespan.

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ACT Human Rights Film Festival announces Harry Belafonte at presentation of ‘I Am Not Your Negro’

The ACT Human Rights Film Festival, produced by CSU’s Department of Communication Studies, announced today its guest for the festival’s closing night screening of the Oscar-nominated documentary I Am Not Your Negro on Friday, April 21: singer, actor and activist Harry Belafonte.

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CSU research quantifies effectiveness of wheelchair suspension system

A Colorado State University business and research collaboration is helping to improve the lives and health of wheelchair users.

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CSU Tropical Meteorology Project has new co-author, Michael Bell

Bell has entered into a research partnership with Philip Klotzbach, the primary author of the seasonal forecasts and verifications.

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Creating real impact with Equine Assisted Therapies

On March 17, more than 20 students with cognitive disabilities and affective needs from Denver Public School’s Bruce Randolph, joined an orientation at the Temple Grandin Equine Center in North Denver to prepare them for equine activities every Friday through the end of their school year.

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