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Eclipse tips: What pet owners need to know

We humans might be ready for the solar eclipse on Monday, but our pets will really be in the dark about the whole thing until it happens.

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How ancient cultures explained eclipses

On August 21, a total solar eclipse will be visible across parts of the United States.

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Night skies to shine bright at CSU observatory

The Department of Physics is set to resume regular public viewing nights at the Madison-Macdonald Observatory.

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At CyberTruck Challenge, students hack a truck, steal the show

The intensive, weeklong event featured engineering tutorials and practical training in cybersecurity for heavy vehicles.

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Chemistry Research Building: new home for discovery at CSU

The Chemistry Research Building is a hood-intensive facility that houses 11 faculty labs, as well as dozens of researchers, graduate students and undergraduates.

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Student-friendly, research-savvy new Biology Building opens its doors

The Biology Building opens its doors Aug. 14, welcoming students, faculty, and staff to a new, inspiring space for the department.

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For construction management alumni, work on new science buildings means giving back

As CSU heralds beautiful new buildings for the Department of Biology and the Department of Chemistry, construction management alumni will leave an indelible mark on each.

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Salazar’s vision, Bohemian gift combine to create conservation center

Salazar Center for North American Conservation will be housed in CSU’s School of Global Environmental Sustainability.

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Bacterial biofilms, begone

Biomedical and chemistry researchers are using creative tactics to subvert superbugs and their mechanisms of invasion.

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For total solar eclipse, CSU reaches out

On Aug. 21, the College of Natural Sciences’ Little Shop of Physics will spearhead eclipse activities on campus, as well as outreach engagement in the path of the totality.

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