CSU researchers built an artificial drought to explore the "Dust Bowl paradox."
Ana Ibarra, a first-generation student in the Department of Biology, was able to conduct remote research in the REU program
Their new understanding of the MSH1 gene could lend insight into why animal mitochondrial genomes tend to mutate more than those of plants.
A CSU team conducted a survey-based study among physical and life science undergraduate courses, asking students how they perceived each other's abilities.
A CSU biology researcher finds that the carbon-capture potential of afforestation may be overestimated.
Soil biodiversity is important for sustaining people’s well-being, life and diversity of life.
Researchers will survey Noyce scholars, just entering the teaching profession, on how they've responded to the pandemic.