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Cote’s Colorado: CSU energy lab goes global
The Engines and Energy Conversion Laboratory at Colorado State University is a couple of miles from campus – a fitting locale for a research center that develops real-world applications that transcend the halls of academia. By Mike Cote
Check out the ColoradoBiz TV video that takes you inside the lab.
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An attitude of gratitude
I believe that being thankful is one of the most important things we can do as a people. And we have much to be thankful for, even in this difficult economy. By John Heckers
Five simple steps to finding out what your customers really think
There are countless tools available to help you better understand your customers’ needs. Listening to your customers creates relationship and trust which builds loyalty. By Stu Perlmeter
It’s not what you'd call small and dainty. The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that one-quarter of all pesticides used nationwide go toward growing cotton. By Editors of E/The Environmental Magazine
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