The Pets Forever program is seeking philanthropic support to become self-sustaining.
Pateros Creek Brewing Co. is creating a craft beer to raise money for the Laramie Foothills Bison Conservation Herd.
Kate Marley knelt on the neck of a young rescued horse that, minutes before, had been altered from stallion to gelding.
Colorado State University student researchers have invented a low-cost method for transforming used fry oil – dumped or recycled by restaurants by the gallon – into a valuable plant hormone chock-full of energy molecules.
Skin and ear allergies are the most common reasons people bring their dogs and cats to the vet.
Dr. Mark Dewhirst, a professor of radiation oncology and vice director for basic science at Duke Cancer Institute, will speak on campus Oct. 15.
In Japan this week, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper will tour a cutting-edge cancer radiation facility and will learn more about a similar facility that Colorado State University and its partners hope to build near Denver to help patients with deadly, therapy-resistant cancers.
Dr. Michael Lappin recently won the 2015 World Small Animal Veterinary Association’s International Award for Scientific Achievement for significant contributions to knowledge about infectious diseases in pets.
C.W. Miller got an out-of-this-world telephone call at his office in the Physiology Building this week, when astronaut-alumnus Kjell Lindgren buzzed from the International Space Station.