Publishing in Nature Communications, the team led by Professor of Chemistry Eugene Chen describes synthesis of a polymer called P3HB.
Stadium Name Day events will be held at CSU’s on-campus facility June 15.
Upward Bound students perform with Grammy-winning Ozomatli at Washington’s.
Researchers uncover evidence about the origins of agriculture.
Give 'em some space
Campaign educates parks visitors on safe distance from wildlife.
For the children
Laura Schreck and Robert Serunjogi have raised thousands for schools in Uganda.
Risks high again this year, and what travelers need to know.
Professor Rick Aster is studying the remote West Antarctic Ice Sheet, which is susceptible to collapse.
The Environmental Defense Fund-led study integrates over half a decade of research by a community of scientists, including CSU researchers.
Native American high school students will gather at CSU to research Indigenous issues and prepare for the college application process during the annual Native Education Forum, June 18-23.
Fire scientist Tony Cheng describes the energy release component of flammable fuels.
For the 29th year, National Hispanic Institute will bring students from across the nation for a week of leadership learning.
CSU and Canvas Credit Union have formalized the partnership that established Canvas Stadium and Sonny Lubick Field.
School is Cool is seeking donations, volunteers for its annual backpack push.
Synthetic biologists are attempting to manufacture sporopollenin in the lab using plants, and to control its properties using gene circuits.
A Colorado State University summer camp intended to help high school girls picture themselves in the male-dominated construction industry became bigger and better in its second year.
Parking lots 575 and 440 will be closed for maintenance in the coming days.
Join students, faculty and staff during the annual summer Bike to Work Day on June 27.
The current assistant vice president for international affairs and outreach at South Dakota State University will begin her duties at the end of August.
SOURCE going half-time for the summer.
Jennifer Barfield explains the concept of mitochondrial replacement.
As I tell my students, the U.S. press system has its faults, but they probably won’t have to worry about being threatened, jailed or killed for doing their jobs.
Does counting really get you a good estimate for how far away the lightning is? Is this one of those old wives’ tales, or is it actually based on science?
As satellite images become more ubiquitous, we should reflect on where they come from, how they are created, and the purpose for their use.
On June 13, Smokin’ Fins Fort Collins will add their support to Rams Against Hunger by donating 10 percent of total sales to the program.
Carla Dore, ’83, president and CEO of Workplace Resource, is enthusiastic about supporting students at Colorado State University.
CSU's beloved cannon is getting a facelift.
Vicky Buchan, professor emerita in the CSU School of Social Work, has created a scholarship specifically to assist students who are pursuing a Ph.D.
Ian Michael Orme, age 65, passed away peacefully in his sleep Tuesday, June 19, while at his summer home in Onchiota, New York.
Colorado State University alumnus and astronaut Kjell Lindgren has donated a CSU T-shirt he wore on the International Space Station to the university.
Ashley Wheeler, a graduate student in the Marriage and Family Therapy master’s program, has been named Student of the Year by the Association of Recovery in Higher Education for her initiative to create CSU’s first student recovery program.
The San Luis Valley Research Center was recognized by the Employee Appreciation Board for minimizing wind damage.
Bismark Danyo, an exchange scholar from Ghana and guide for the Learn and Serve study abroad program, is visiting CSU and the U.S. for the first time.
On May 10 the EAB recognized the Student Resolution Center and thanked its staff for a job well done.
Steven Walker, director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, toured several research spaces during a May 31 public visit to campus.
As the number of people using computers, handheld devices and audio devices increases, so should our knowledge of the ways in which prolonged usage may be affecting our health.
A great team effort by many CSU and local nonprofit volunteers helped continue the CSU sustainability tradition of keeping leftover student items out of the landfill during residence hall move-out.
CSU faculty and alumni won in four of the 14 categories for the 2018 Colorado Book Awards.
Off the Hook Arts, now in its seventh season, will take a deep and thoughtful look at climate change and its impact on the planet over the next month by bringing together music, visual arts and science in the form of concerts, lectures, films, art exhibitions and STEAM-based educational events for all ages.
Local artist and Fort Collin’s favorite Danielle Ate The Sandwich is the second band to take the Lagoon Summer Concert Series stage on Wednesday, June 20, at 6 p.m.
Topics of interest to Front Range gardeners are the focus of the 2018 Twilight Garden Series, which will feature three informative presentations in June.
For twenty-six years, African-American high school seniors from across the country have gathered at Colorado State University to research issues important to the African-American community. This year's Black Issues Forum (BIF) will be held June 13-17 on campus.