CSU In The News Archive

Oil May Rise on Concern Demand May Outpace Supply

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June 10, 2005

The price rise accelerated yesterday after oil companies began evacuating staff at facilities in the Gulf of Mexico as Tropical Storm Arlene moved toward the region. This year’s Atlantic Ocean hurricane season will produce 36 percent more hurricanes than average, …

NASA’s Calipso Leaves France for California Launch

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June 09, 2005

A NASA and Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES) satellite, which will improve worldwide climate predictions and provide a better understanding of how clouds and aerosols affect our atmosphere, has arrived at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. The CloudSat radar instrument …

Colorado Chosen for Cosmic Ray Observatory

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June 07, 2005

Jim Sites, associate dean for research at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, a member of the collaboration, said the observatory is designed to capture the extremely rare, highest-energy cosmic rays that pack so much power scientists cannot figure out …

State Eyed for Experiment

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June 07, 2005

The science involves “connecting the smallest particles (of the rays) with the entire universe – that’s a size spectrum that is pretty phenomenal,” said Hank Gardner, vice president for research at Colorado State University.

CSU is Awarded $40 Million Grant

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June 02, 2005

Colorado State University was awarded a four-year, $40 million federal grant Wednesday to develop treatments and vaccines for bioterrorism agents and infectious diseases, such as plague and hantavirus.

Regional Health Center Receives $40M Grant

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June 02, 2005

The National Institutes of Health awarded a $40 million grant to Colorado State University on Wednesday for a regional center to fight human-to-animal diseases such as West Nile and hantavirus. The four-year grant will establish the Rocky Mountain Regional Center …

Regional Health Center Receives $40M Grant

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June 02, 2005

The center will include scientists, public-health officials and staff from universities and hospitals in Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming. CSU Professor Barry J. Beaty will lead the operation.

Active Hurricane Season Predicted for U.S.

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June 01, 2005

Forecaster William Gray of Colorado State University expects a busy summer in the Atlantic Basin, which includes the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. Gray, a pioneer in long-range hurricane forecasting, thinks eight hurricanes will form during the season, …