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Harvard professor to speak about bioanalysis research

Harvard professor speaking about bioanalysis for healthcare in developing countries.

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CSU team’s predictions weather the storm

CSU team’s predictions ring true: 2014 a quiet hurricane season in the Atlantic

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Study: What causes blood vessels to expand during exercise?

A CSU researcher has teamed up with the Mayo Clinic to pin down what causes blood vessels to expand and contract during exercise.

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New tool for tracking surfactants used in hydraulic fracturing

CSU researchers have developed an analytical technique and database to identify whether chemical compounds called surfactants originated from hydraulic fracturing or other sources such as wastewater treatment plants.

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The forefront of agriculture and food innovation

According to a new study from CSU, the pace of innovation in agriculture and several closely related industries—like water management, animal health and food manufacturing—is picking up in Colorado.

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Zen and the art of engines, algae and third world cookstoves

CSU professor Bryan Willson kicked off the final President’s Community Lecture Series event of 2014 with an anecdote about a recent trip to England.

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Unheard of: CSU student dreams up 3D hearing aid covers

A Colorado State University biomedical engineering doctoral student created hearing aid covers with the help of CSU’s Idea-2-Product 3D printing laboratory.

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New pact with local hospitals to advance patient care in northern Colorado

Patients will see direct benefits from a new agreement connecting physicians with university researchers in northern Colorado.

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Camels emit dangerous MERS virus, CSU confirms

A research team led by a CSU doctoral student has confirmed for the first time that camels vent volumes of the deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus.

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Researcher: Fight malaria with deadly mosquito meals

A CSU microbiologist is examining a new way to halt malaria — by making human blood poisonous to mosquitoes.

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