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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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Keeping cannabis workers safe, healthy and happy

Results of a study, “Work and Well-Being in the Colorado Cannabis Industry,” were published online in February.

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To super-cool hydrogen atoms, CSU physicist turns to lasers

Physics Assistant Professor Dylan Yost has received an NSF CAREER award, which will fund a two-photon laser cooling technique.

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Meet new Avenir Museum Curator Katie Knowles

The Avenir Museum and the Department of Design and Merchandising are very happy to announce that Katie Knowles will be joining Colorado State University as Avenir curator of collections and assistant professor; her official appointment begins July 1.

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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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