CSU's Gillian Bowser and Janice Nerger have been named “Women of Vision.”
The very ingredients of summertime fun for people often cause anxiety, fear and illness in pets.
Divergent climate tolerances play crucial roles in how species evolve. CSU biologists offer new insight into this long-held understanding of species diversity.
A new "Global Soil Biodiversity Atlas," which has its roots at CSU will be unveiled May 25 at the United Nations Environment Assembly.
Biologist Nathan Lemoine has led a study seeking to understand whether introduced species succeed because they're fundamentally different from native species.
The College of Natural Sciences hosted a ceremonial beam-topping for the new Biology Building, to open in fall 2017.
The nationwide environmental advocacy group has worked closely with CSU in recent years on the issue of methane emissions from the natural gas industry.
Von Fischer and colleagues have been mapping the invisible methane leaks from natural gas pipelines under the streets of American cities with laser-based sensors attached to Google Street View cars.
The School of Global Environmental Sustainability at Colorado State University announced awards for its Global Challenges Research Teams and four Resident Faculty Fellows.