PBS: Brad Udall, a water and climate research scientist at Colorado State University, said the river’s flow could decrease even further to 20% by 2050 and 35% by 2100.
CSU In The News Archive
Bovine Vet: With multiple routes of entry into the U.S. and the most likely path of introduction being an infected traveler from overseas, the consequences for humans and livestock would be significant, according to research by a team at Colorado …
UPI: A small herd that started in 2015 with 10 cows at Colorado State University has grown to 77 animals.
Pagosa Springs Post: Thanks to a new partnership between AmeriCorps and Colorado State University Extension, youth in communities across Colorado will have the opportunity to do experiments, reflect upon results, and apply what they have learned in 4-H Science, Technology, …
Denver Post: Aurora Public Schools graduates who want to take online classes through Colorado State University Global will pay about one-quarter less than the general public because of a real estate deal.
Science Daily: The CSU researchers set out to discover why this tradeoff between hydrophobic vs. omniphobic membranes exists.
Safety+Health: Employers should prioritize efforts to help workers get a good night’s sleep, researchers from Colorado State University say after their study of construction workers found a connection between poor quality sleep and the risk of workplace incidents and injuries.
Colorado Sun: At Soapstone Prairie, a preserve owned by the city of Fort Collins and Larimer County, the bison herd has grown from just 10 animals to 77 in less than four years. Most of that occurred through natural breeding, …
Collegian: “I thought ‘If we’re struggling to provide this, how are (other families) doing it?’” Phifer said. “And so thankfully, (Colorado State University) opens their hearts and their wallets and their minds. Everyone was willing to get on board.”
Ch. 31, Denver: “It definitely is a challenge to grow in Colorado,” said Jim Klett, professor of horticulture at Colorado State University. Klett helps run the Annual Flower Trial Garden at CSU.