For CSU alumnus Joe Sertich, discovering and naming new dinosaurs is all part of his day job.
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The Bipartisan Commission on Biodefense spotlighted the threats to the nation’s agricultural systems during its Nov. 5 meeting at CSU.
Spending on research, which has grown by nearly $100 million in the last decade, signals a bright future for the university’s research environment.
The Bridges to Baccalaureate program serves Front Range Community College students in the sciences who are transferring to CSU to complete their degrees.
The Viewpoints lecture series, part of Off the Hook Arts Summerfest, will be during noon hours, June 18-July 11.
Hosted by CSU Ventures, Demo Day drew more than 450 people and showcased the work of eight colleges and 31 departments.
The symposium once again illustrated the complexity of the changing energy landscape, which requires a harmonious balance of science, policy and economics to succeed.
Graduate students and postdoctoral researchers are encouraged to present their work for a chance to win $30,000 in cash prizes.
For the first time, CSU biological imaging experts have used a custom fluorescence microscope and a novel antibody tagging tool to watch living cells undergoing stress.