CSU In The News Archive

Quality, Prices Drive Fair-Trade Wine Sales

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Still, fair-trade products have been popular in Europe for several years, and are catching on with socially conscious consumers in the United States. For example, the consumption of fair-trade roasted coffee — the mainstay of the movement — grew 92 …

‘No Accident’ U.S. is Lagging

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“It’s taking skin cells from the sick individual,” said Ramesh Akkina, an AIDS researcher at Colorado State University. “Then, they make embryonic stem cells from that. Using those stem cells, they can generate any kind of cell for the body.”

Music as Medicine

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Dr. Michael Thaut, director of the Center for Biomedical Research in Music at Colorado State University, says studies, including his 10 peer-reviewed, “major research” papers on patients who have had strokes or Parkinson’s disease, show the music and healing connection …

CSU Center’s New Name a Tribute to Professor

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Renowned engineering research programs at Colorado State University bear the fingerprints of Daryl Simons. Simons, who passed away March 13 at the age of 87, was a driving force in putting CSU on the federal government’s research map by raising …

Race Hinges on Budget Fix

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“If this thing passes, I think that it’s got to torpedo his candidacy,” said John Straayer, a political science professor at Colorado State University in Fort Collins and an expert on Colorado politics.

CBS – The Early Show

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“I see rather ominous conditions for the next 15-20 years, as along as we stay in this active cycle,” says one Colorado State University hurricane watcher.

CSU Gets an ‘A’ for Access

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To be an institution that welcomes all, Colorado State University must first make sure that its 30,000 students, faculty and staff can access all buildings on campus.