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A traffic cop for the cell surface: Illuminating a basic biological process

Scientists have shed light on a long-obscured cellular process: a mammalian cell membrane’s relationship with a scaffolding underneath it, the cortical actin cytoskeleton.

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Nutrition honors student receives national Undergraduate Research Fellowship

Eli Finer, an undergraduate Honors Program student studying nutrition and food science at Colorado State University, has been selected to receive the American Society for Microbiology Undergraduate Research Fellowship for his research on the probiotic supplementation of mice.

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Bright lights, big science: Joel Williams helping unleash some of the world’s brightest X-rays

A rare opportunity has landed the electrical engineering graduate student on the ground floor of a new wave of X-ray science at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

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Young Investigators Award goes to Ph.D. grad Sarah Fitzpatrick

The Jasper Loftus-Hills Young Investigator Award is given out each year to young researchers who have conducted integrative field work in genetics, behavioral ecology, evolutionary biology and ecology.

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Scientist at work: Tracking muskoxen in a warming Arctic

Joel Berger is returning to the Arctic to continue his research on large animals that live in cold places.

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The neighborhood approach: Connecting perceived safety, physical activity

Would you take a brisk run in your local park if you thought it could be dangerous? Would close ties with your neighbors make you feel safe?

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Deadline to submit an abstract for MURALS is March 3

The Multicultural Undergraduate Research Art and Leadership Symposium, taking place March 31, is an opportunity for students of color from various disciplines to be exposed to undergraduate research opportunities.

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Undergrads, sign up for CURC by March 21

Registration is open for the 23rd annual Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity, a showcase for undergraduate work in arts, sciences, service learning and more.

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Improving the phytobiome: CSU climate scientist to speak at AAAS

At the AAAS annual meeting, research scientist Andrew Jones will join a discussion on the interactions of plants, microorganisms, soils and climate.

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Volunteers needed: Want to donate your brainwaves to science?

The CSU Brainwaves Research Lab is looking for volunteers between the ages of 15 and 30 for a study titled, “Examining the Relationship between Sensory Processing and Attention in Neurotypical Individuals and Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders.”

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