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  • Mar 19

    Hickenlooper: Collaboration key to state’s ag future

    Coloradoan (3/19/2015)

    Gov. John Hickenlooper told a packed CSU ballroom Thursday that it will take collaboration to ensure Colorado’s agricultural future.

  • Mar 19

    Lessons from the wild lab

    Science Newsline (3/19/2015)

    Yet all concur that the restoration has taught important lessons, perhaps the most important being “there's no quick fix once an apex predator is gone,” as Tom Hobbs, an ecologist at Colorado State University (CSU), Fort Collins, puts it.

  • Mar 19

    New study analyzes climate change impacts in Colorado

    Summit Daily News (3/19/2015)

    He edited the report with Dennis Ojima, a professor in the Ecosystem Science and Sustainability Department at Colorado State University.

  • Mar 19

    Soapbox: CSU stadium can benefit Fort Collins

    Coloradoan (3/19/2015)

    Since retiring a year ago, after a decade in Texas, I have watched the CSU stadium controversy with great interest and am fully aware of the strong feelings on both sides, which have extended into the tandem activity of upcoming municipal elections.

  • Mar 18

    Klee: Colorado State's Dantiel Daniels the reason for March Madness

    Colorado Springs Gazette (3/18/2015)

    Whatever it was, Tiel Daniels, a junior forward, is bummed Colorado State was snubbed by the NCAA selection committee and relegated to the NIT. But on the tournament bracket of his life, the tournament snub is roughly a No. 16 seed.

  • Mar 18

    Panelists: Ag’s challenge to feed world without depleting resources

    BizWest (3/18/2015)

    Agribusiness experts from companies operating throughout the world convened at Colorado State University on Wednesday to discuss how innovation will play a role in increased agricultural production in the next decade.

  • Mar 17

    Firm to convert sawdust, pine needles into jet fuel

    Denver Post (3/17/2015)

    Between biofuels research at Colorado State University in Fort Collins and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colorado is a good home for a biofuels startup, Terry Kulesa said.

  • Mar 17

    Joe Parker introduced as Colorado State's new A.D.

    Denver Post (3/17/2015)

    Oddly enough, said Colorado State president Tony Frank, he looked at Joe Parker and was reminded of his middle brother. Frank joked that he wasn't sure how he felt about that.

  • Mar 17

    Purebred bison returning to the American plains

    Foundation for Biomedical Research (3/17/2015)

    Conservationists have longed to reintroduce wild bison to northern Colorado, and with the help of researchers at Colorado State University, a herd of purebred, disease free, American bison will be released on Nov. 1st, 2015, National Bison Day and the first day of Native American Heritage month.

  • Mar 16

    Colorado State left out of NCAA tournament

    Coloradoan (3/16/2015)

    The news brought a locker room full of grown men to tears and outraged CSU fans across the country. The winningest Colorado State University men's basketball team ever wasn't good enough to make the NCAA tournament.

  • Mar 16

    Intergovernmental agreement nearing completion, group plans to protest new stadium

    Collegian (3/16/2015)

    The intergovernmental agreement between Colorado State University and the City of Fort Collins will be considered at the City Council meeting Tuesday at 5 p.m. The IGA will mitigate potential effects of the stadium construction just north of Prospect Road, according to a press release.

  • Mar 16

    NIST Names Two to Earthquake Advisory Board

    National Institute of Standards and Technology (3/16/2015)

    The two new ACEHR members are Lisa Ludwig, a public health professor at the University of California, Irvine, and Lori Peek, a sociology associate professor at Colorado State University.

  • Mar 16

    NIST Names Two to Earthquake Advisory Board

    National Institute of Standards and Technology (3/16/2015)

    The two new ACEHR members are Lisa Ludwig, a public health professor at the University of California, Irvine, and Lori Peek, a sociology associate professor at Colorado State University.

  • Mar 16

    Scientist: Aspen's Smuggler/Hunter Creek areas could burn in the next 10 years

    Aspen Public Radio (3/16/2015)

    Aspen Public Radio’s Marci Krivonen spoke with Jason Sibold, a researcher at Colorado State University.

  • Mar 15

    Larry Eustachy: Players devastated

    ESPN (3/15/2015)

    Colorado State players and coaches expected to hear their team's name called when the NCAA tournament bracket was revealed on Selection Sunday.

  • Mar 15

    Newly Found ‘Lost City’ Protected by Honduran President

    National Geographic (3/15/2015)

    President Hernández’s decision to protect the site “is an amazing starting point that should be followed up by the international conservation community,” says Chris Fisher of Colorado State University, the lead American archaeologist on the expedition.

  • Mar 14

    Fukushima’s Food Is Safe, but People Are Still Freaked Out

    Slate.com (3/14/2015)

    “When I saw this number, I was stunned,” says Georg Steinhauser, a chemist at Colorado State University. “This hasn’t been done in the history of mankind.”

  • Mar 14

    New revenue streams flow from aquaponics

    Ag Journal (3/14/2015)

    Controlled atmosphere farming is among the inventions that will be featured during Colorado State University’s three-day Ag Innovation Summit, scheduled for March 18-20 in Ft. Collins.

  • Mar 13

    Fort Collins startups in Blue Ocean Challenge lineup

    Coloradoan (3/13/2015)

    Nine entrepreneurial teams from Fort Collins will compete this spring in the 2015 CSU Blue Ocean Enterprises Challenge.

  • Mar 12

    Colorado St. drops Fresno St. without J.J. Avila, advances to MW semis

    Denver Post (3/12/2015)

    Injured Colorado State senior J.J. Avila said he hopes to play Friday night in a Mountain West Tournament semifinal against San Diego State at the Thomas & Mack Center.

  • Mar 12

    Food in Fukushima is Safe, but Fear Remains

    Wired Science (3/12/2015)

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  • Mar 12

    Northern Colorado bison project uses high-tech breeding to halt disease and conserve an icon

    Phys.org (3/12/2015)

    A seed herd of purebred American bison – offspring of the iconic native species in Yellowstone National Park – will be reintroduced this fall to a natural area at the hinge of the Rocky Mountains and the Great Plains after an agreement is finalized this week between Colorado State University and three government agencies.

  • Mar 12

    Primer veterinario latino cumple 50 años de carrera en Denver

    Viva Colorado (3/12/2015)

    García, de 83 años, se graduó del programa veterinario de Colorado State University en 1961, y autoridades universitarias creen que él es el primer latino en completar un doctorado de medicina veterinaria en esta universidad.<div style="display:none">cheats <a href="http://blog.top50ranches.com/post/Argentina-food-and-wine.aspx">married men having affairs</a> how to cheat wife</div>

  • Mar 12

    Using elephants to hunt landmines? Military research examines the potential

    Ottawa Citizen (3/12/2015)

    The findings did not surprise George Wittemyer, an assistant professor at Colorado State University’s department of fish, wildlife and conservation biology. Wittemyer, who was not involved in the South Africa survey, has studied elephants in Kenya.

  • Mar 11

    CSU’s Frank backs Oklahoma frat closure

    Coloradoan (3/11/2015)

    Colorado State University President Tony Frank this week supported the shuttering of a University of Oklahoma fraternity after a video showing its members engaged in a racist chant was revealed.

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