Colorado has millions of chickens and turkeys, said Kristy Pabilonia, a poultry veterinarian with Colorado State University.
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Checking out cutting-edge engine technology and the site of a new regional biocontainment laboratory was part of Sen. Ken Salazar’s agenda Thursday while in Fort Collins.
It started with a couple of Colorado State University graduate students tinkering with a snowmobile engine.
The new Colorado State University bio-hazard laboratory will house 15 research teams studying how to keep mosquitoes from transmitting deadly viruses and ways to vaccinate people against diseases that terrorists could release in a city.
“We have shown that insulin-like growth factors regulate learning and memory,” said Douglas N. Ishii, a professor in the Department of Biomedical Sciences at Colorado State University in Fort Collins. “We had shown that by blocking insulin-like growth factors in …
A $30 million infectious-disease laboratory will help ensure the economic health of Northern Colorado while improving the health of people worldwide, Colorado State University officials said Wednesday.
In addition to student-choreographed pieces and guest artists, the Colorado State University Dance Program will feature 10 Russian “exchange students” in its upcoming fall dance concert.
Colorado State University officials broke ground on the Regional Biocontainment Laboratory on Wednesday at the Foothills Research Campus, some 8 miles west of downtown Fort Collins. The new facility is scheduled to be completed by summer 2007.
Early warnings came on April 1, 2005, when Dr. William Gray and his colleagues of Colorado State University released their official hurricane forecast for the 2005 Atlantic Season. They called for above-average activity with above-average probability for landfalling major hurricanes.
“This has been a heck of a season, hasn’t it?” said William M. Gray, professor emeritus of atmospheric science at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, who issues a closely watched forecast of annual hurricane activity. “Everything looks like we’ll …