Faculty and graduate students in the Brainwaves Research Lab in the College of Health and Human Sciences are seeking school-aged volunteers to participate in a research study that examines how children respond to auditory sensory information.
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When Candace Mathiason was growing up on an Angus ranch near Torrington, Wyo., she developed a love for animals, and even tried to help with brucellosis testing at a local veterinarian’s office where her mom worked.
For the past three years, CSU professors Karyn Hamilton and Ben Miller have spent a significant amount of time in Alaska studying competitive sled dogs known as Alaskan Huskies, in search of clues about how to slow the aging process.
When his vehicle wrecked in East Africa on May 25, 2009, Joel Peters was on his way to administer first aid to fellow Marines injured by an accidental mortar explosion.
Researchers at Colorado State University are investigating the weighty topic of antibiotic resistance – an issue with ramifications for global food safety and public health – by tracking the genetic footprints of drug-resistant bacteria.
A group of Colorado State University researchers is using a federal grant to help find ways to protect dairy workers’ heath.
If he hadn’t registered as a conscientious objector and performed non-military service as a young man in Germany, Manfred Diehl may well have never made such a mark on the psychology of aging.
The UniverCity Urban Lab — an organization based in Fort Collins that advocates for high-quality urban design and a livable city through community involvement and collaboration — is seeking input and guidance from the public as it shapes guidelines for …