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CSU engineering students tapped to help install brewing equipment

The undergraduate students from the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering at CSU who are helping set up new brewing facilities on campus seem to appreciate that it’s a rare opportunity.

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Eight students receive NSF graduate fellowships

Awardees are chosen from over 13,000 applicants and represent a wide range of scientific disciplines.

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School of Global Environmental Sustainability announces Global Challenges Research Teams, Resident Fellow Awards

The School of Global Environmental Sustainability has selected four Global Challenges Research Teams and six Research Fellows.

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E-Days preview: Fighting viruses with tobacco plants

Senior design students are using tobacco leaves to grow antibodies that treat Japanese Encephalitis Virus.

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E-Days preview: Brewing technology on a small-batch scale

Engineering students designed a custom, 2-hecoliter brewery for their Senior Design Project.

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CSU’s Jean Peccoud to provide bioprocessing expertise for Department of Defense

A multi-institutional team is newly commissioned to analyze the security of the nation’s biomanufacturing infrastructure.

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Research MRI for anything, not just the brain, available to CSU scientists

Rocky Mountain Magnetic Resonance is a research facility specializing in the study of permeable materials.

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Microfluidics innovation earns student Biomedical Engineering Society honor

Grad student Lei Wang earned the Biomedical Engineering Society Extended Abstract/Design and Research award.

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Quantitative modeling for drug dosing gets FDA support

The model would allow scientists and drug developers to better understand variability in drug concentrations among individuals in a population.

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With Keck Foundation support, CSU researchers to study how viruses attack

Assistant professors Tim Stasevich and Brian Musky have received a four-year, $1.2 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation for a project that combines sensitive microscopes and sophisticated computation.

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