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4 hrs ago | Denver Post

Haselden named 2014 Contractor of the Year in Colorado, Wyoming

The magazine cited Haselden's notable current and recent projects in Colorado and Wyoming, including the $262 million University of Colorado Hospital's Anschutz Cancer Pavilion in Aurora; Colorado State University's $58 million Engineering II Building in Fort Collins; and the new $25 million headquarters for IMA Financial on the north wing of ... (more)


Related Topix: University of Wyoming

8 hrs ago | Newswise

Colorado State University Helps Lead International Charge on New Radiation Treatment for Cancer

Imagine a targeted radiation therapy for cancer that could pinpoint and blast away tumors more effectively than traditional methods, with fewer side effects and less damage to surrounding tissues and organs.


Related Topix: Cancer, Health, University of Colorado Denver

9 hrs ago | 303 Magazine

25 Reasons Why 303 Magazine Loves Colorado

Picturesque is an understatement for Colorado. 303 Magazine is lucky enough to witness the most beautiful natural places, see the best concerts, eat the best food, and take advantage of every great aspect of the state.


Related Topix: Photography, Arts, Capitol Hill (Denver, CO), Denver, CO

12 hrs ago | Business Journal

CSU plays big role in USDA's new agriculture carbon pollution measurement tool

Colorado State University will play a big part in the development of a new U.S. Department of Agriculture online tool that will allow farmers to improve carbon storage and reduce emissions.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science, US News, United States Department of Agriculture, Environment, Ecology

Thu Jul 31, 2014


Champion goat goes missing from Colorado county fair

An award-winning goat has gone missing from a Colorado county fair, leaving its teenage owner and organizers stumped, local media said on Thursday.



New study indicates dramatic fall-off in global crop yields by the year 2050

A new study predicts that global crop yields could fall by up to ten percent in the next 36 years A new study has examined the potentially disastrous implications that a combination of global warming and air pollution could have on crop yields by the year 2050.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science, Gadgets

Colorado St. Forecasters Sticking With Below-Average Hurricane Forecast

The hurricane forecasting team at Colorado State University see no reason to change their 2014 Atlantic hurricane forecast from below-average, with "extremely unfavorable" formation conditions remaining in place in the tropical Atlantic, combined with the expected formation of weak to moderate El Nino event.


Related Topix: Hurricane, Natural Disasters, Meteorology, Science


New Video Tour Shows How Ground Beef and Hamburgers are Made

Ground beef and hamburgers are two of America's most beloved meat products, yet also among the most misunderstood when it comes to how they're made.


Wed Jul 30, 2014

Russia Taday

Brazilian farmers demand Monsanto refund their money for GMO crops that don't work

Brazilian farmers are asking Monsanto and other producers of pest-resistant corn seeds to reimburse them for money spent on additional pesticides when the bugs killed the crops instead of dying themselves.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science, South America, World News, Brazil, Entomology


Boulder County Fair royalty: Malinda DeBell and Morgan Wallace

When you're fair royalty, the job description is pretty clear. Meet people. Go places.


Related Topix: Boulder County, CO, Longmont, CO

KUAD-FM Windsor

Survey Shows a Majority is Against the New CSU Stadium

Drama over a new on-campus stadium at Colorado State University continues this week, as a survey by The Fort Collins Coloradoan shows some discouraging figures.


Related Topix: Colorado

Tue Jul 29, 2014

CBS News

Climate change, air pollution may increase malnutrition

These four crops account for half the calories humans consume worldwide, but are sensitive to climate and pollution effects to varying degrees.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science, Global Warming

North County Public Radio

Student archaeologists continue an unlikely partnership

Earlier this summer, a group of college students from upstate New York spent three weeks studying bones at an ancient archeological site in southern Albania.


Related Topix: Archaeology, Anthropology, Science, Travel, Albania Travel, Europe Travel, Utica, NY

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The National Park Service is spending $140,368 to fly 10 students to Sydney, Australia so they can experience a "climate change journey."


Related Topix: Australia, World News, Immigration Reform, US News, Mali, Brazil

Mon Jul 28, 2014

North Forty News & Fossil Creek Curre...

CSU researchers examine population dynamics and disease in mountain lions

A Colorado State University research team is examining how illnesses are transmitted in mountain lion populations in an effort to manage future outbreaks of diseases, such as feline leukemia virus, that could threaten the species.


The Boulder County Business Report

CSU professor to work on crop for biofuels

Colorado State University professor John McKay has been awarded nearly $1.5 million from the U.S. Department of Energy to develop a new crop for biofuels.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science, Department of Energy

Pollution Online

EDF/Google Earth/CSU Project Uses LI-COR Analyzer To Detect And Map Urban Methane Leaks

Measuring methane and other gas leaks from the pipes beneath America's largest cities will help track preventable sources of environmental pollution.


Sun Jul 27, 2014

The Grant County Beat

LULAC Receives WNMU President's Award, Students Receive Scholarships

The Silver City League of United Latin American Citizens Council 8003 held its 30th Annual Scholarship and Student of the Month Awards Celebration at WNMU on Saturday, July 27. Eighteen students received college scholarships and seven Cobre and Silver High School students received Student of the Month Awards.


Related Topix: Education Etc., Grant County, NM, Gila, NM

Denver Post

Guest Commentary: Perception of public higher ed does not match facts

One trillion dollars. We've heard the statistic and the conventional wisdom: Student loan debt, driven by recklessly out-of-control tuition, will stifle our economic future.


Related Topix: Opinion

Fri Jul 25, 2014

Fort Morgan Times

4-H youth development and its ties to the land-grant university

It's almost time for the County Fair and youth are getting ready to exhibit a 4-H project that they have prepared and worked on - sometimes since the last County Fair.


Related Topix: US News, Agriculture, Science