CSU In The News Archive

Research center renamed in honor of engineer

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Sometimes a career’s worth of distinguished work gets your name on a scholarship, or perhaps a courtyard or laboratory. And sometimes they just name the whole building after you. That was the case Saturday as Colorado State University renamed its …

Nature and the war machine

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A recent article on newsnature.com, a website of the publisher of the journal Nature, reported that military exercises are good for certain endangered species, according to a presentation to the Ecological Society of America by Steven Warren of Colorado State …

Plowed under by urban thirst

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Of a $152 billion regional economy, agriculture’s slice is $722 million, again less than 1 percent of the total pie, according to James Pritchett, an agricultural economist at Colorado State University.

Plowed under by urban thirst

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Of a $152 billion regional economy, agriculture’s slice is $722 million, again less than 1 percent of the total pie, according to James Pritchett, an agricultural economist at Colorado State University.

A quest to decode a hurricane’s secret force

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A similar assessment comes from William Gray, a Colorado State University atmospheric scientist who pioneered these seasonal forecasts. Dr. Gray’s team anticipates a season total of 20 named storms, including 10 hurricanes and six intense hurricanes. The group notes that …

Decoding Hurricane’s Secret Force

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A similar assessment comes from William Gray, a Colorado State University atmospheric scientist who pioneered these seasonal forecasts. Dr. Gray’s team anticipates a season total of 20 named storms, including 10 hurricanes and six intense hurricanes. The group notes that …

A quest to decode a hurricane’s secret force

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A similar assessment comes from William Gray, a Colorado State University atmospheric scientist who pioneered these seasonal forecasts. Dr. Gray’s team anticipates a season total of 20 named storms, including 10 hurricanes and six intense hurricanes. The group notes that …

Niswender honored for research in reproductive biology

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Dr. Niswender, a professor at Colorado State University, began his career as a faculty member at the University of Michigan in 1968. Working in the Reproductive Endocrin-ology Program, he developed assays for the major reproductive hormones and rapidly applied those …