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Energy topic of next President’s lecture

Whether it is reducing pollution from engines, growing algae, rethinking building design, or redesigning cookstoves for the developing world, Bryan Willson has worked to push boundaries and implement energy solutions on a global scale. Willson will present on these and other Read More

CSU trots out new findings on controversial racehorse drug

Just in time for the Breeders’ Cup, a CSU researcher has released new studies about the impact of bleeding in racehorses’ lungs.

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What’s that sound?

Elk, owls, coyotes, and snowmobiles all have been heard on Colorado State University campus lately.

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CSU to make Ebola, Marburg vaccines to support human trials

BioMARC, a high-containment biopharmaceutical facility operated by CSU, is manufacturing the vaccines for the U.S. Department of Defense in support of human clinical trials.

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Monfort prof presents hydrogen storage research

Amy Prieto is known for her battery research, but she’s also finding better ways to store clean-burning hydrogen transportation fuel.

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Researcher: Analysis of GMO labeling initiative unbiased

A new citizens’ review of the initiative to require labeling of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) was largely fair and unbiased, according to a CSU researcher.

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Boeing scientist addresses critical technology issues

Dr. Leo Christodoulou, a renowned advanced materials scientist and strategic advisor at Boeing, will speak about critical technology issues and solutions as part of Colorado State University’s Innovation Leadership Series.

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Spacing out: CSU researchers involved in recent NASA Earth science missions

2014 is shaping into a big year for NASA’s Earth science missions – and for researchers at Colorado State University who’ve been involved in some of the projects.

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CSU professor to receive Institute of Caribbean Studies award

A CSU computer science professor is being honored for his research accomplishments by the Institute of Caribbean Studies.

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Professor worked on much-debated population model

To say Bailey Fosdick’s latest scientific paper is causing a stir would be an understatement.

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