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Summertime Standouts: College of Natural Sciences

Natural sciences students pursued their passions this summer, whether for high-stakes math or teaching others to succeed.

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Solving scientific problems in a lab with no microscopes

The Franklin A. Graybill Statistical Laboratory – Stat Lab – runs on brain power, computing power and creativity.

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The extraordinary return of sea otters to Glacier Bay

Using a new approach, CSU researchers discovered that the Glacier Bay sea otter population grew more than 21 percent per year between 1993 and 2012.

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Saving the monkeyflower, exercise balls and other stories at CURC

On April 17, undergraduates from every college and discipline will showcase their work during Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity.

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Professor Don Estep appointed chair of Department of Statistics

Building on his 17 years with the College of Natural Sciences, Estep is dedicated to expanding the discovery of knowledge and understanding in statistics.

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Summertime Standouts: College of Natural Sciences

This summer break, many College of Natural Sciences students splashed into research and internships across the world.

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Calculus I factors women out of STEM degrees, researchers find

It’s no secret that Calculus I is a major hurdle in the quest for a science degree. But, according to a new paper by CSU researchers, the class is far more likely to discourage women than men from continuing on in their chosen field.

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New statistics award marks zumBrunnen’s retirement

As he retires after 41 years at CSU, Jim zumBrunnen is establishing an award for outstanding statistics students.

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Shields up: CSU researchers are making the Internet more secure

An interdisciplinary computing team is developing a defense service that can sniff out, ward off and protect against large-scale online attacks.

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Professor worked on much-debated population model

To say Bailey Fosdick’s latest scientific paper is causing a stir would be an understatement.

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