CSU In The News Archive

Donation gives CSU new research center

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August 04, 2005

Colorado State University announced Wednesday that the research facility in Lamar owned by the Five Rivers Ranch Cattle Feeding LLC feed yard has been donated to the College of Agricultural Sciences.

Feed yard to aid CSU research

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August 04, 2005

A donation of a cattle feed yard research facility in Lamar will help Colorado State University beef up its animal science programs, the university announced Wednesday. Five Rivers Ranch Cattle Feeding LLC donated the feed yard, which will be named …

Five Rivers donates research center to CSU

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August 04, 2005

Five Rivers Ranch Cattle Feeding has donated its research facility in Lamar, valued at $2.5 million, to Colorado State University’s College of Agricultural Sciences.

This weed-eater self-propelled

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August 04, 2005

“It’s a fairly slow process,” said Andrew Norton, a Colorado State University pest ecology and management assistant professor. “We really don’t expect to see dramatic results in the first year, but hopefully by year two or three.”

Dog cloned in South Korea

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August 03, 2005

“It’s a major feat in the sense that it’s very difficult to work with dogs,” said George Seidel, a cloning expert at Colorado State University familiar with the study. “And so they did a brute force effort with a lot …

Earlier storm forecast blown away

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August 03, 2005

Colorado State University climatologist William Gray, who issues a similar forecast, estimates the statistical chances of storms making landfall by region along the Atlantic and Gulf. His August update is expected this week.

South Korean Scientists Clone Man’s Best Friend, a First

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August 03, 2005

Other researchers say dog cloning is so hard they wouldn’t touch it. George Seidel of Colorado State University says Genetic Savings & Clone approached him. “I refused,” he said. As for the South Koreans, who succeeded in what is the …

Record warmth in July and more hurricanes could be coming

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August 02, 2005

On May 31, a team led by private forecaster William Gray of Colorado State University predicted 15 named storms that turn into eight hurricanes, including four intense storms. That team plans to release an update later this week.