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Day of Giving: 24 hours of Loving Your State

CSU’s third annual Love Your State Day of Giving is Wednesday, April 19.

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First-generation CSU veterinary student shows ‘This is what it looks like’

Inspired by her educational journey, Cindy Vaca volunteers for a community outreach program called Triunfo, helping Hispanic schoolchildren with homework and activities that boost knowledge in STEM.

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An introduction to possibilities: “Girls, meet Science. Science, meet Girls.”

Veterinarians, students and alumni introduced Colorado girls to veterinary medicine at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.

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Celebrate! CSU Milestones: Gail Bishop, 15 years

Colorado State University employees achieving a decade of service or more this year will be honored at the annual Celebrate! CSU Milestones event Tuesday, May 2, at 4 p.m. in the LSC Grand Ballroom.

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A traffic cop for the cell surface: Illuminating a basic biological process

Scientists have shed light on a long-obscured cellular process: a mammalian cell membrane’s relationship with a scaffolding underneath it, the cortical actin cytoskeleton.

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Tuberculosis researchers lead scientific workshops for grad students in India

Five CSU faculty and staff members, who research aspects of tuberculosis, traveled to New Delhi for a scientific workshop.

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SoGES presents March 8 panel discussion on dismantling the EPA

The School of Global Environmental Sustainability is bringing CSU and the community a panel discussion on the impact of dismantling the Environmental Protection Agency.

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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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20 years after Dolly: Everything you always wanted to know about the cloned sheep and what came next

Dolly was an important milestone, inspiring scientists to continue improving cloning technology as well as to pursue new concepts in stem cell research.

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