How to prevent tularemia in your family and pets.
Medical, nursing and veterinary schools nationwide are training with lifelike artificial skin developed by CSU surgeons.
Rabies is on the rise in Colorado. Remember these first-aid tips if you are bitten by an animal.
By the time the 13 graduation ceremonies on May 15-16 are finished and the thousands of photos have been snapped, more than 4,000 Colorado State University students will have received their diplomas.
Colorado State University will confer degrees on more than 4,000 graduates at the spring 2015 commencement ceremonies May 15-16.
CSU's Feed the Future Innovation Lab raised funds and delivered supplies to villages devastated by the April 25 earthquake in Nepal.
A new research facility at Colorado State University – the only one of its kind in the world – will be established with a $9 million grant from NASA to help reveal the effects of long-term space radiation exposure as the nation prepares for a manned mission to Mars.
A 15-year-old lion visited the Veterinary Teaching Hospital for evaluation of a broken neck and damaged teeth.
Avian influenza viruses have been detected in poultry flocks in a number of states, and a Colorado State University expert is closely monitoring the outbreaks and offering disease prevention tips to poultry producers, including backyard chicken farmers.