CSU In The News Archive

CSU vet school obtains body scanner

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Getting a better look at what is ailing animals will be much easier for veterinarians at Colorado State University’s veterinary teaching hospital with the help of a new, high-tech piece of machinery usually found in hospitals.

Targeting the tongue’s sweet spots

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“This is the very first paper where someone has measured the binding of the sweet compound to the receptor itself,” said Sue Kinnamon, a neurobiologist who also researches taste receptors at Colorado State University.

After the disaster

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This time around, the University of Vermont professor looked at children’s adjustments. She and Lori Peek, a colleague from Colorado State University, had been discussing the need for more disaster research on children, but they had no idea the opportunity …

Colorado vets use acupuncture to prolong pets’ lives

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Veterinarians at Colorado State University are pioneering the use of acupuncture to relieve the pain of pets. If you find this article interesting, be sure to also read ‘Acupuncture proven effective at treating post-operative nausea; but modern medicine marginalizes true …

Thin green line is bad science

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Panelist and Colorado State University professor of atmospheric science William M. Gray, a hurricane authority, announced that he thinks that the biggest contributor to global warming is the fact that “we’re coming out of a little ice age,” and that …

State Task Force Wants More Funding For Bird Flu

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“Our current surveillance program focuses on people who may own a small flock of birds,” Kristy Pabilonia, coordinator of the avian influenza surveillance program at CSU, said in a statement. “This task force will expand the program to look at …