CSU In The News Archive

CSU engines lab: ‘We are the transition into practicality’

Outlet: BizWest

August 12, 2022

BizWest: Powerhouse Energy Campus has nearly 25 faculty and more than 30 staff members and 100 students at Colorado State University Engines and Energy Conservation Lab in Fort Collins; it uses research to close the gap between fuel and climate …

The highest, lowest, deepest, darkest, quietest places in Colorado

Outlet: Denver Post

August 12, 2022

Denver Post: Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve in south central Colorado and Dinosaur National Monument in the northwest corner of the state are about as quiet as quiet gets. “When you’re talking about sound, we tend to talk about …

Gasoline Prices Could Fall to $2.99 Next Week

Outlet: The Street

August 12, 2022

The Street: The Colorado State University has estimated an active Atlantic hurricane season and has predicted 18 named storms (including three that have already formed), eight hurricanes, and four major (Cat 3+) hurricanes.

6 Chicken Storage Mistakes You Might Be Making

Outlet: Southern Living Magazine

August 12, 2022

Southern Living Magazine: As it sits on your countertop [at a warm temperature], it creates a perfect environment for bacteria to start growing again, so it’s important to get it back in the fridge before too much bacterial growth takes …

Veterinary pathologist shares her perspective on monkeypox outbreak

Outlet: 9 News Denver

August 12, 2022

9 News Denver: Dr. Amy MacNeill studies and teaches about pox viruses at Colorado State University (CSU). She’s an associate professor in the Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology at CSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Science.