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Tag "Department of Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management"

2017 Best Teacher Awards

Each year, the Colorado State University Alumni Association recognizes outstanding CSU educators with the Best Teacher Awards.

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Microbiome mind-meld

CSU’s Microbiome Network wants researchers to learn from each other across the disciplines and apply microbiomes to their respective fields of study.

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Getting to the root(s) of the problem

John McKay, an associate professor in CSU’s Department of Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management, will lead a $6.1 million study to learn about plant genetics from exploring plant roots as well as the soil around the plants.

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Where the wild things are

As climate change and biological invasions continue to impact global biodiversity, scientists at CSU and CU suggest the way organisms move to new areas, or range expansion, can be impacted directly by evolutionary changes.

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Career Connections brings ag students together with employers

More than 20 employers, representing a broad spectrum of the agricultural industry traveled to Fort Collins to have dinner with students and to interact with them on a personal level.

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Internationally recognized potato researcher takes the helm of Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management

Amy Charkowski, an expert in potato pathogens, is the new head of the Department of Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management.

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MLK Scholarship winner’s passion, generosity lead to success

Theresa Barosh is the 2016 Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship recipient.

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DNA analysis device a game-changer for researchers

The digital PCR system provides an incredibly sensitive analysis of DNA samples, which is critical to a wide range of fields in the life sciences.

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New book on invasive annual grasses co-edited by CSU professor

A new book co-edited by Cynthia Brown, associate professor in the Department of Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management, addresses critical management and planning issues related to the control and containment of Exotic annual grasses.

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Using beetles to learn how to save endangered species

According to a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences by CSU Professor Ruth Hufbauer, beetles can be used as a model species to tackle the problem of how to help a species avoid extinction.

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