Minneapolis Star-Tribune: In a recent paper, Brett Bruyere of Colorado State University reported that a search for the word “leadership” in the Web of Science database came up with more than 35,000 peer-reviewed articles. Yet a search for “conservation leadership” …
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National Geographic: “We tried to put Band-Aids on the way we managed the river and they just weren’t getting us what we needed,” says Jennifer Gimbel, the interim director of the Colorado River Center at Colorado State University.
Science: Still, Keith Paustian, a soil scientist at Colorado State University, and others argue that together, these regenerative soil practices are powerful climate tools.
Houston Chronicle: Amy Macneill, associate professor of Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology at Colorado State University, discusses the increased risk of monkeypox spreading from humans to animals.
CBS 4 Colorado: The cannon is named “Comatose” and firing it at CSU football games has been a tradition since 1920.
The Hill: Peter Harris is an associate professor of political science at Colorado State University.
Washington Post: Robots that can use language models could change how manufacturing and distribution facilities are run, said Zac Stewart Rogers, a supply chain management assistant professor from Colorado State University.
Nature: “This research showed that all three of those variants that have won the infection race … come out of the body more efficiently when people talk or shout than the earliest strains of the coronavirus,” says John Volckens, a …
Fox News: In July, forecasters at Colorado State University predicted that an additional 17 tropical cyclones could develop.
CBS 4 Colorado: Colorado State University’s newest campus needs your help naming a kitten. However, it’s not a real cat. It’s a 9-foot interactive kitten statue that welcomes visitors to the Vida building on the CSU Spur campus in Denver.