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Get a ‘passport,’ win a prize during inaugural Discovery Week

The week’s signature activity will be a “Passport to Discovery,” a guided tour of labs, studios and classrooms all over campus.

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How CSU chemists are helping us not get food poisoning

They’ve created a simple, cheap set of handheld tests that can detect the presence of many water- or food-borne pathogens.

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3-minute challenge winners are 2017-18 research fellows

Fourteen participants in the 3 Minute Challenge were selected to become VPR fellows, and will receive $4,000 in scholarship and travel support.

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Leadership in innovation: Tracy Embree to speak March 8

President of Components for Cummins Inc., Tracy Embree, will visit campus March 8 to speak about “Leading a Values-Driven Company in a Global, Modern World.”

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Summit High Performance Computer now available to campus users

The system has more than 10,000 processing units, and an aggregate computing capacity 20 times greater than CSU’s current Information Science and Technology Center Cray HPC system.

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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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Planning for the future with $2 million in research facilities improvements

The Office of the Vice President for Research and the Office of the Vice President for University Operations Facilities Management are accepting applications for facilities improvement funds.

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‘Next generation’ delivers mind-blowing science at 2017 CVMBS Research Day

A total of 128 undergraduates, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows presented their research findings through talks and posters.

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Vice President for Research to host Three-Minute Challenge

The second annual competition will be held Feb. 13 from noon-5 p.m. in the Lory Student Center.

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Tackling a global health issue: CSU’s Jennifer Peel leads international cookstove research project

Jennifer Peel is leading a groundbreaking study aimed at learning more about the benefits of an alternative cookstove in developing countries.

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