Lifehacker: The study, led by Dr. Lori Kogan of Colorado State University, and published in the journal Animals, involved 100 shelter cats going through what’s known as “clicker training.”
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Scientific American: In a 2016 study published in EcologyUSGS ecologist Adrian Das, Stephenson and their colleague Kristin Davis of Colorado State University’s Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory tracked the lives of more than 23,000 trees in plots throughout Sequoia National Park …
Columbus Dispatch: For the new study, which was published in July in Carcinogenesis, researchers at Colorado State University, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City and the University of Michigan opted to focus on breast cancer.
Mobil Sports Report: Even though it’s not completely finished, the Wi-Fi network at Colorado State University’s new football stadium has already shown strong signs of promise, signaling a future with great connectivity for Rams fans at their new on-campus venue.
Coloradoan: Developers Gino Campana and Paul and Kevin Brinkman will be honored by the Colorado State University Everitt Real Estate Center in October.
Phys.org: It’s not a vacation cruise. Rutledge, professor of atmospheric science, will lead a Colorado State University team on a five-week research voyage to test a new weather radar.
Baltimore: Until Saturday, there had been at least one named storm somewhere in the Atlantic basin for nearly 38 days, according to Phil Klotzbach, a hurricane meteorologist at Colorado State University.
Collegian: The global science team responsible for proving Einstein’s gravitational waves — and consequently winning a Nobel Prize in physics — added three new members from Colorado State University earlier this year.
Biomass Magazine: Colorado State University scientists are partners in a three-year grant of up to $3.5 million from the Department of Energy, aimed at improving how algae-based biofuels and bioproducts are made.
Coloradoan: With yet another building soon to take shape on campus, CSU officials hope the Richardson Design Center will push traditional boundaries on campus, both figuratively and literally.