Propelled by the COVID-19 pandemic, a CSU research team is pursuing a vaccine that would thwart the novel coronavirus using a genetically modified form of the well-known probiotic Lactobacillus acidophilus, a bacterium commonly ingested in yogurt and other foods for gut health.
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Jan Iron, a Navajo woman, is a leader in Northern Colorado’s Native American community who works to celebrate and preserve Native culture. She is a 1986 CSU graduate.
A Q&A with Tony Frank on the 10th anniversary of his presidency, about CSU, the future and, of course, Abraham Lincoln.
Just two weeks before he died, Carl Jorgensen visited a Fort Collins greenhouse to see a friend of 70 years. Jorgensen was 104 years old. Yet he instantly spotted the familiar geranium, with its bright, orangey-red blossoms.
As the university prepares for construction of the Translational Medicine Institute, we asked its namesake, Dr. Wayne McIlwraith, about the past, present, and future of his work.
Enrique Doster will use the fellowship from the National Science Foundation to help solve a global health problem.
Students in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences continued a tradition of excellence as they shared results of some seven dozen research projects during two springtime events highlighting undergraduate research.
Thanks to novel research, Piper the puppy survived parvovirus and went home with her owners.