CSU In The News Archive

State Eyed for Experiment

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The science involves “connecting the smallest particles (of the rays) with the entire universe – that’s a size spectrum that is pretty phenomenal,” said Hank Gardner, vice president for research at Colorado State University.

CSU is Awarded $40 Million Grant

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Colorado State University was awarded a four-year, $40 million federal grant Wednesday to develop treatments and vaccines for bioterrorism agents and infectious diseases, such as plague and hantavirus.

Regional Health Center Receives $40M Grant

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The National Institutes of Health awarded a $40 million grant to Colorado State University on Wednesday for a regional center to fight human-to-animal diseases such as West Nile and hantavirus. The four-year grant will establish the Rocky Mountain Regional Center …

Regional Health Center Receives $40M Grant

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The center will include scientists, public-health officials and staff from universities and hospitals in Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming. CSU Professor Barry J. Beaty will lead the operation.

Active Hurricane Season Predicted for U.S.

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Forecaster William Gray of Colorado State University expects a busy summer in the Atlantic Basin, which includes the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. Gray, a pioneer in long-range hurricane forecasting, thinks eight hurricanes will form during the season, …

Deep Freeze and Sea Breeze

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The first interesting thing about talking with Roger Pielke on the subject of land cover and climate change is that he simultaneously gives the impression that everything he is saying, he has said before, and yet it is all still …

Hurricane Season Starts Today

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Today is the first day of hurricane season and the latest forecast warns it could be a busy one. A team at Colorado State University headed by William Gray says the ocean continues to heat up and that means more …

Forecasters Predict Another Active Hurricane Season

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An updated forecast by William Gray and his team at Colorado State University, released a day before the official start of hurricane season, predicts 15 named storms, with eight of those becoming hurricanes. Four of the hurricanes are expected to …