CSU In The News Archive

Dogs add jingle to holiday race

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This year, both canines and their owners were invited to participate in the event, held on the Colorado State University campus as a fundraiser for the not-for-profit group Canine Companions for Independence.

Passing the forecasting torch

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Surrounding him in his office at Colorado State University are books and files from a 44-year career on the cutting edge of hurricane science. Out the window are the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.

By looks of things, tough call, fur sure

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I went with a photographer on assignment to the Fort Carson military reservation to do a piece on a bobcat study funded by the Colorado Cooperative Wildlife Unit, a combined effort of state and federal wildlife agencies and Colorado State …

Why Does Music Move Us?

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There is strong evidence that our attraction to music isn’t just for enjoyment. Music helps build community. And patients who have suffered strokes or other brain injuries often show dramatic improvement in their recovery if music or rhythm is played …

Are hurricanes linked to global warming?

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When combined with last year’s storms, the 2004 and 2005 seasons “have been incredibly active and destructive,” note Colorado State University atmospheric scientists William Gray and Philip J. Klotzbach in their own wrap-up of the 2005 season.

ATP is key taste messenger

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“It’s the first time that we are able to find, at the level of these synapses, a substance that fills all the criteria of a neurotransmitter,” co-author Leslie Stone, from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Co., told The Scientist. …

Centerra to become regional hub?

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Guimond participated in a panel discussion about the future of Northern Colorado by 2020 on Wednesday night in Fort Collins. Colorado State University’s Everitt Real Estate Center hosted the event.