CSU In The News Archive

Hurricane Dennis Tracks Ivan’s Path of Destruction

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July 11, 2005

Dennis also bolsters earlier predictions that this would be an active hurricane season, with William Gray of Colorado State University predicting a total of 15 named storms and eight named hurricanes.

Four Named Storms in Early July Set Record

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July 09, 2005

Forecaster William Gray at Colorado State University has upped his 2005 Atlantic hurricane forecast three times since December, beginning with 11 named storms, then 13, then 15. Now he is saying the number of named storms will be “significantly above” …

Cancer Strides for Dogs Assist Human Therapy

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July 07, 2005

Some researchers caution that it’s too early to tell how large a role dogs will play in combatting human cancer. “You have to be very careful about moving from species to species,” says David Vail, a veterinary oncologist at Colorado …

Night Lights

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July 07, 2005

“As we develop, and water resources are further expanded, they indeed might spread,” said Boris Kondratieff, an entomology professor at Colorado State University in Fort Collins. “These local colonies can ebb and flow depending on water conditions.”

How Fish Hear And Make Sounds At Same Time

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July 05, 2005

Co-author Matthew Weeg received his doctorate from Cornell and worked in Andrew Bass’s laboratory before recently becoming a lecturer at Colorado State University.

Preserves to be Mapped

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July 03, 2005

… or Great Outdoors Colorado, the state agency that spends lottery-fund proceeds on open space, has contracted with a Colorado State University laboratory to map …

Laminitis: A Horse’s Worst Nightmare

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June 29, 2005

…almost 20 years after winning the Kentucky Derby, Foolish Pleasure was brought to the Veterinary Teaching Hospital at Colorado State University,

GOCO to Map State’s Protected Lands

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June 28, 2005

GOCO will contract with Colorado State University’s Natural Resources Ecology Laboratory to conduct the $200,000 to $350,000 project.