Colorado State University is celebrating the grand opening of a new equine reproduction lab. In 2011 a fire destroyed the main building of CSU’s lab. It burned an estimated $12 million in real estate, research equipment and genetic material stored for clients, and is counted among the most costly and damaging disasters in CSU history. The new lab opened on Friday. The new facility is 12,000 square feet, which is 50 percent larger than the one that burned down.  The Coloradoan has  photos of the fire 2 years ago and see more at CSU Website.