CSU In The News Archive

Scientists want bears to eat bear food

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She stayed out of town until researchers with Colorado State University, the Colorado Division of Wildlife and the U.S. Department of Agriculture recently triggered a mechanism that blows the collar off the bruin so it can be recovered.

Building a Better Levee

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Levees provide a “very small margin of error,” according to Neil Grigg, a professor of civil engineering at Colorado State University. Grigg said local agencies usually oversee levees, which are hard to keep in top shape. “Maintenance is difficult because …

Hurricane flags posted

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“We’re in this new era now … the U.S. is going to be hit with these major storms. We’re going to see hurricane damage like we’ve never previously seen it,” said Bill Gray of Colorado State University, one of the …

A biological nightmare festers

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“It’s going to be incredible,” said Doug Rice, a mold expert and director of Colorado State University’s Environmental Quality Laboratory. “We’re going to have quite the lab experiment going on there.”

Another Storm Possible in Hard-Hit Region

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A forecast released Friday by meteorologists at Colorado State University calls for six more hurricanes by the time the hurricane season ends on Nov. 30, three of them Category 3 or above. On average, about one major hurricane in three …