Aryn Wilder uses genomic data at the Institute for Conservation Research.
The team also saw changes in how plants allocate carbon below ground and take up nitrogen from the soil.
Mary Taylor Young, an award-winning nature writer and graduate of Colorado State University, is being inducted into the Colorado Authors’ Hall of Fame.
The discovery of how plant resistance proteins trigger localized cell death could lead to new strategies for engineering disease resistance in crops.
Colleen Webb, a longtime professor, researcher, and mentor to students at CSU, has stepped into a new leadership role as the associate dean of the Graduate School.
Webber, a biology major with a concentration in human anatomy and physiology, has spent the summer as an intern in the Biology/Zoology student advising office.
Computer science and biology researchers are helping scientists engineer how organisms respond to changing environments.
Scientists said the findings may have serious implications for grassland productivity under climate change.
Students Zoe Arndt and Sydney Spiegel have been awarded Critical Language Scholarships by the U.S. Department of State.
A survey of faculty members by researchers at Colorado State University has found that respondents who participated in diversity and inclusion activities at the highest levels were more likely to identify themselves as non-white, non-male or the first generation in their family to attend college.