MSN: As the Delta variant of COVID-19 surges in Northern Colorado, filling nearly all ICU beds between Larimer and Weld counties, Colorado State University is moving forward with preparing more isolation rooms on their campus.
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Coloradoan: But Camille Stevens-Rumann, Colorado State University assistant professor in the Department of Forest and Rangeland Stewardship, said even in areas where aspen burned new shoots are emerging from the ash.
Sierra Magazine: During lockdown, the Rams installed a big geothermal exchange system beneath their intramural athletic fields to run Moby Arena—the sports complex can now be heated and cooled via ground-source heat rather than natural gas.
Lincoln Journal Star: William R. Cotton of Colorado State University discusses how wildfires burn millions of acres of land every year, leaving changed landscapes that are prone to flooding.
Colorado Sun: Colorado State University, University of Colorado Denver, University of Colorado Boulder and University of Northern Colorado are among several colleges that have begun making menstrual products available for free to students and faculty.
Colorado Sun: The new WHO guidelines released Wednesday, developed by hundreds of scientists around the world, including Colorado State University environmental epidemiologist Dr. David Rojas, would put Colorado even further from attaining air pollution limits that Front Range counties have …
KUSA 9 News: He was the first Black football player at Colorado State University, and a civil rights activist.
KUSA 9 News: Colorado State University also has a vaccination requirement. Unvaccinated students and students who haven’t submitted their status are required to get tested twice a week.
KUSA 9 News: The group of experts that created the report includes modeling scientists at the Colorado School of Public Health and the University of Colorado School of Medicine at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, as well as experts from …
Denver Post: The weather is expected to be more variable, including more intense drought and more intense rainfall as well low as lower snowpack, said Kim Stackhouse-Lawson, an animal science professor and director of CSU’s AgNext. There are a number …