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Research

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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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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From Colorado to the Amazon rainforest

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

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The neighborhood approach: Connecting perceived safety, physical activity

Would you take a brisk run in your local park if you thought it could be dangerous? Would close ties with your neighbors make you feel safe?

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Discovering what shapes language diversity

A research team led by Colorado State University is the first to use a form of simulation modeling to study the processes that shape language diversity patterns.

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The element of surprise: Early findings raise more questions in space radiation research

CSU researchers are using blood samples from astronauts Scott and Mark Kelly to compare the effects of Scott’s year in space to his brother Mark’s year on Earth, and have just begun to piece together their findings.

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CSU researchers part of $11.5 million project to improve complex decision-making

A team that includes Colorado State University researchers has been awarded $11.5 million to develop a digital tool that helps people reach better decisions on complex matters.

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Where the wild things are

As climate change and biological invasions continue to impact global biodiversity, scientists at CSU and CU suggest the way organisms move to new areas, or range expansion, can be impacted directly by evolutionary changes.

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Tackling a global health issue: CSU’s Jennifer Peel leads international cookstove research project

Jennifer Peel is leading a groundbreaking study aimed at learning more about the benefits of an alternative cookstove in developing countries.

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