CSU In The News Archive

Defects added to Katrina ruin

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More nails and better attention to building codes could have spared some Gulf Coast homes from complete ruin during Hurricane Katrina, said a Colorado State University professor.

Congress attacked over species bill

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“The resources committee report is a biased, unbalanced representation of the ESA,” agrees wildlife biologist Barry Noon of Colorado State University in Fort Collins, who studies threatened species. Noon says it is misleading to call the law a failure just …

CSU researcher says caveman diet the way to go

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The human body hasn’t really changed in more than 10,000 years, leaving us with the same Paleolithic bodies of our ancestors, argues Colorado State University researcher Loren Cordain. Observing Stone Age eating habits can lead to slimmer and healthier bodies.

Visiting Veterinarian: The family jewels

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How’s this for a headline? “CSU Vet Leads Wild Elephant Vasectomy Surgeries.” It seems that elephant conservation methods have been a wee bit too effective in South African nature parks and land reserves. In some parks there may be up …

Designer eggs have consumers scrambling

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“There is a fair amount of confusion,” says Pat Kendall, a professor of food science and human nutrition at Colorado State University. “There are a lot of choices in eggs today – some hype and probably some gems.”