They offer a cost-effective synthetic pathway for conventional and new PHAs with enhanced properties.
CSU's 15th President
Joyce McConnell speaks from the heart during investiture.
Delivering for Uganda
Grassroots fundraising builds schools for orphans.
CSU @ 150
Colorado State University is celebrating the sesquicentennial of its founding.
The Little Duck that Could
Study finds endangered Hawaiian duck endures.
Julius Philpot coaches high school hoops while completing double major.
Produced water from oil and gas wells not the best for crop irrigation.
As Joyce McConnell spoke Thursday, Nov. 14, during her investiture ceremony and saw her 93-year-old mother, Bessie, and 90-year-old father, Harvey, sitting in the audience, she couldn’t help but think about her journey to become CSU’s 15th president.
Recovery of the endangered koloa is important because the bird is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands.
Professors Eugene Chen and Amy Prieto will join a national panel in Washington, D.C. this week discussing chemistry breakthroughs enabled by scientific understanding of the periodic table.
Joyce McConnell officially became the 15th president of Colorado State University on Thursday, Nov. 14, at her investiture ceremony at the University Center for the Arts.
At CSU, the research will include a multidisciplinary team of at least 20 researchers, students and staff.
Plant physiologist Bill Bauerle is upending conventional wisdom hop growers have followed for decades.
Each forum will be focused on a specific campus constituency, and each session will be an open question-and-answer.
Universities and colleges across Colorado have been working for years to make high-quality higher education more affordable, and now a plan unveiled by Gov. Jared Polis builds on that goal.
CSU will observe the two additional governor’s holidays on Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 23 and 24, combined with the current days of closure – Wednesday through Friday, Dec. 25-27 – in addition to the early release at 2 p.m. on Dec. 31.
Construction has begun on a new childcare facility on the southwest corner of the main CSU campus.
There’s a reason why pizza is so popular. Humans are drawn to foods that are fatty and sweet and rich and complex. Pizza has all of these components.
The three winners of the Chemistry Nobel this year started an enormous field of research that people like me are very excited about contributing to.
Between 1950 and 1975, vodka went from being a statistical blip to America’s best selling spirit.
Mining operations are major water pollution sources and can cause problems that persist for generations.
In the 1950s, when Colorado State University filmed its football games, promotional spots about various aspects of the University were added to the middle of some of the films, as a halftime break from the action.
CSU student-veteran Julius Philpot looks to connect with high school kids while sharing his love of basketball and education.
Colorado State University students in the Colorado School of Public Health performed well in a recent case competition centered around vaping, and one was on the winning team.
Veterinary specialists in Japan are few and far between.
Ojima has been instrumental in the development of many international science programs.
See how a CSU football player and civil engineering student moved an iconic 8,000-pound statue.
Have you ever been accused of “not listening”? Did you feel misunderstood? Now is your chance to put that misunderstanding to good use.
During the Fall 2019 semester, Bruce Randolph School conducted its first-ever Youth Memory Project in partnership with History Colorado and CSU System – an opportunity for the school’s freshmen and sophomore students to gather, collect, and share oral, written, and visual histories of their communities.
Together We Grow is a consortium of some of the world’s largest agribusiness interests focused on building a skilled, diverse, and inclusive agricultural workforce.
After a bomb cyclone postponed the 2019 Water in the West Symposium, the sold-out crowd convened at the Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center to discuss solutions to a broad range of water-related challenges.
Colorado State University System will host its second annual Water in the West Symposium Nov. 6-7, to highlight solutions to one of the greatest global issues: water.
Eva Schloss will recount her firsthand experiences in Nazi concentration camps during World War II on Nov. 18.
Stadium Sessions — the series of free outdoor performances by top Colorado bands before every Colorado State University home football game — returns Nov. 16 with a show by Jeff Finlin.
The ACT Human Rights Film Festival concludes its 2019 year-round programming on Dec. 5 with "A Collection of Indigenous Short Films from Sundance Film Festival."
GradShow adds keynote speaker thanks to 150th anniversary grant from Provost's office.