CSU scientists have been studying leprosy for more than 30 years, largely because of the efforts of Brennan, an internationally known leprosy and tuberculosis expert and head of CSU’s Mycobacteria Research Laboratories.
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The bad news is hurricane season starts in less than three weeks. The worse news is that one of the nation’s most renowned forecasters thinks the season will be worse than he thought just a few weeks ago. Colorado State …
Colorado State University William Gray expects to increase his storm prediction numbers this month. He is due to speak in Tampa today at the closing session of the annual Florida Gov.’s Hurricane Conference. Gray sees weak “El Nino” activity in …
John Straayer, a political science professor at Colorado State University, said he thinks Owens is headed to the private sector.
Those two conclusions emerged from a new genetic analysis of leprosy bacteria, published by Colorado State University researchers and their Paris colleagues in today’s Science magazine.
Training scientists about the basic causes and prevention of cancer will become the basis of a one-of-a-kind program at Colorado State University’s Animal Cancer Center, thanks to a $1 million gift announced Wednesday.
Gray, head of Colorado State University’s Tropical Meteorology Project, says there is a 41 percent probability that a major hurricane will hit the Gulf Coast. Last year Gray predicted a 40 percent chance and last century’s average was 30 percent.
A $1 million gift to Colorado State University (CSU) is earmarked for a new cancer biology program within the institution’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
Grant was the unanimous choice of the board, which also unanimously picked Fred Kerst as vice chair, Diane Evans secretary and Chad McWhinney treasurer. The four will serve two-year terms.
Private forecaster William Gray, a professor at Colorado State University, predicts 13 named tropical storms this year that will turn into seven hurricanes, including three intense ones with wind of more than 110 mph.