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Oklahoma shakes lead CSU researchers into earthquake forecasting

CSU researchers are studying earthquakes in Oklahoma, which has become a hotbed of earthquake activity.

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From combat to counseling, CSU grad student inspires

On Steven Baldwin’s first day of U.S. Army combat in Iraq in 2004, a rocket-propelled grenade hit his vehicle and blew off a fellow soldier’s leg.

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Undergrads find best fit in labs with fellowships

A new Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program aims to help young researchers find the scientific love of their lives.

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Young scientists present intriguing and surprising research

More than 150 aspiring scientists competed in the 17th Annual Research Day on Saturday, held by the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.

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CSU-led NASA DEVELOP team takes top prize in national competition

A Fort Collins-based team at Colorado State University won the virtual poster session for the NASA DEVELOP program.

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DNA research offers clues on cell mutation

A CSU team has found that RNA plays a new and important role in the DNA repair process.

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Despite poaching, elephants’ social networks hold steady

While the demand for ivory has put elephants under incredible pressure from poachers, their rich social networks have remained remarkably steady.

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Reina Galvan, Warner College of Natural Resources

Reina Galvan looks forward to traveling the world to study wildlife biology.

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Forestry students land national award, new jobs

Colorado State University’s student chapter of the Society of American Foresters recently took top honors at the organization’s annual convention. Five CSU students also landed jobs at the convention.

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