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Blood-repellent materials: A new approach to medical implants

A material created by CSU researchers is repellent to blood and could form the basis for biocompatible surgical implants.

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$1.4 million organic dairy grant to enhance animal care strategies

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture has awarded a $1.4 million grant to a CSU-led team for research on maintaining and improving cow health on organic dairy farms.

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Can marijuana treat MS symptoms? It’s hard for researchers to find out

Clinical trials – where patients are given cannabis – are difficult to do because of how the substance is regulated at the federal level.

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How do your ice crystals grow? NSF fellow chases fires to study clouds

Atmospheric science researcher Gregg Schill is seeking to isolate the relationship between clouds, and the black carbon from burning biomass.

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Changing atmospheric conditions may contribute to stronger ocean wave activity on the Antarctic Peninsula

A new study led by CSU provides important details on the extent of sea ice in the Antarctic Peninsula.

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Recreating conditions inside stars with compact lasers

Scientists offer a new path to creating the extreme conditions found in stars, using compact lasers and ultra-short pulses irradiating nanowires.

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International neutrino experiment hands CSU the remote

CSU’s remote control room for Fermilab’s NOvA experiment is one of only 12 in the world.

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East Coast community is test bed for disaster-recovery research

A team from the Center for Risk-Based Community Resilience Planning launched a longitudinal field study of Lumberton, North Carolina in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.

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This is your brain on (legal) cannabis: CSU researchers seek answers

For those suffering depression or anxiety, using cannabis for relief may not be the long-term answer.

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Researchers to study mindfulness and teens in high-conflict homes

Colorado State University is launching an innovative study to help adolescents in high-conflict homes — using mindfulness techniques.

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