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CSU secures $3.1 million from NIH to advance SolaVAX coronavirus vaccine research

CSU secures $3.1 million from NIH to advance SolaVAX coronavirus vaccine research 1

2020-09-25 16:42:31

Funding worth $3.1 million from the NIH was awarded to CSU scientists for the SolaVAX coronavirus vaccine candidate, which uses UV light to inactivate SARS-CoV-2.

CSU secures $3.1 million from NIH to advance SolaVAX coronavirus vaccine research

Researchers at CSU have worked quickly and collaboratively to move this vaccine research forward.

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Fort Collins selected for new program addressing city budget crises and advancing equity || News

Fort Collins selected for new program addressing city budget crises and advancing equity || News 2

2020-10-21 10:15:01

We’re excited to announce that The City of Fort Collins has been selected to join the national City Budgeting for Equity & Recovery cohort—a new What Works Cities / Bloomberg Philanthropies program to support cities as we push for equity and recovery.

“As City Council is finalizing our 2021 budget,…

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Fort Collins selected for new program addressing city budget crises and advancing equity || News

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PFA firefighters are hard at work again today “cold trailing” burned areas as pa…

PFA firefighters are hard at work again today “cold trailing” burned areas as pa... 3

2020-10-21 13:26:09

PFA firefighters are hard at work again today “cold trailing” burned areas as part of Division U. The Operations Chief and Task Force Leader for the day drive through the area inside and around the Otter Rd. Spot Fire starting at daylight to scout potential hot spots and create assignments for…

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New garden at ARDEC South joins fight against food insecurity

New garden at ARDEC South joins fight against food insecurity 4

2020-10-21 13:14:18

The new garden at the Agricultural Research, Development and Education Center began as a learning opportunity but now acts as a resource to fight food insecurity amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. The garden has contributed roughly 2,000 pounds of fresh produce.

New garden at ARDEC South joins fight against food insecurity

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