Fort Lupton 11-year-old speaks at grand opening of CSU bioengineering building

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Sam Duarte’s science fair project draws attention of university, Colorado Rapids

By Ben Wiebesiek

FORT COLLINS — The dollar amount of the legal settlement grabbed the headlines, but there was more in the agreement between the National Football League and former players who alleged the league didn’t properly warn them about the dangers of concussions.
    One of the terms of the August settlement requires the NFL to allocate $10 million a year for a research and education fund.
    Fort Lupton might just have a good 11-year-old to recommend for the job.

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