Dr. Ragan Adams, a CSU Extension veterinarian, recently helped counties across the state develop animal disaster response plans.
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A new study from an international team of scientists — including Colorado State University’s Richard Conant — has found that the livestock sector could significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Nearly 400 people, most of them CSU students, volunteered to serve 400 clients at Project Homeless Connect on April 8.
A new study from Colorado State University researchers found that improving habitats for game animals has mixed consequences for other animals in the same setting.
Philosopher, animal ethicist and University Distinguished Professor recognized for Excellence in Research Ethics from Public Responsibility in Medicine & Research.
CSU researchers are studying earthquakes in Oklahoma, which has become a hotbed of earthquake activity.
CSU researcher Michael Falkowski created a tree canopy cover for a new online map to better target invasive species that are damaging sage grouse habitat.
Arlene Weintraub will share the story behind her book, Heal: The Vital Role of Dogs in the Search for Cancer Cures, on March 7.
A new Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program aims to help young researchers find the scientific love of their lives.
CSU’s Joel Berger is a voice for animals that live in places he describes as “uncrowded playing fields.”