Cosmos: The finding – the result of three years and 13 growth cycles of work at Colorado State University in the US – upends conventional wisdom and practice. Hops are almost exclusively grown outdoors and harvested only once a year.
CSU In The News Archive
Fence Post: Colorado State University plant scientist Bill Bauerle, who enjoys a hoppy brew as much as the next person, has dedicated several years to optimizing hops grown in Colorado State University’s horticultural research center.
Longmont Times-Call: In an attempt to improve this practice and thereby stave off the use of herbicides, Glowacki remembers a study Boulder County Parks and Open Space partnered with Colorado State University on, in which they attempted to train cattle …
Collegian: Whether she is in her office tucked behind The Oval in Sage Hall or overseas researching, one Colorado State University professor is making a difference on campus and around the world.
Science Daily: The study, which is available online from Geophysical Research Letters, was co-authored by Da Yang of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the University of California, Davis, and Elizabeth Barnes of Colorado State University.
Coloradoan: The family-friendly open house, set for 6 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, will include live music, refreshments and door prizes. The city of Fort Collins is partnering with Colorado State University’s School of Global Environmental Sustainability to host the event.
Coloradoan: A new study led by Colorado State University researchers found a correlation between air pollution and the rate of violent crime, namely assault.
Chicago Tribune:A new joint study by UC Davis, the University of Wisconsin and Colorado State University is looking for healthy canines to participate in a study that may benefit man and man’s best friend alike.
Ch. 4, Denver: Colorado State University was named the second best in the country for students who are also military veterans. Military Times compiled the list.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune: Other experts weren’t so convinced, however. Colorado State University hurricane scientist Phil Klotzbach says his review of the most powerful storms to hit the U.S., using barometric pressure, shows no increase.