Scientists are designing gene “circuits,” analogous to electronic parts, that control specific plant characteristics.
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Colorado State University physicists have shared in the Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics, awarded to an international research experiment that’s pushing the boundaries of particle physics.
A new, collaborative program between Colorado State University and Front Range Community College will offer support and opportunities for students interested in science and hoping to transfer from Front Range to CSU.
There’s no evidence of water-based contaminants seeping into drinking water wells atop a vast oil and gas field in northeastern Colorado, according to Colorado State University scientists working to protect and inform citizens about the safety of their water.
An interdisciplinary computing team is developing a defense service that can sniff out, ward off and protect against large-scale online attacks.
Professor of Chemistry Anthony Rappe will give a free webinar Nov. 12 explaining the important role chemistry plays in addiction.
Headlined by Environmental Defense Fund President Fred Krupp, CSU’s 2015 Natural Gas Symposium featured more than 40 speakers covering research and best practices in every facet of the oil and gas industry.
With the goal of revolutionizing everyday interactions between humans and computers, CSU researchers are developing new technologies for making computers recognize not just traditional commands, but also non-verbal ones.
Chemists have developed a tool for putting molecules together faster, paving the way for better pharmaceutical and materials processing.