CSU archaeologist returning to Honduras to excavate ancient city.
Prieto Battery, a Colorado State University spinoff company, has announced a business collaboration with Intel’s New Business Group, and an initial investment from Intel Capital.
An interdisciplinary computing team is developing a defense service that can sniff out, ward off and protect against large-scale online attacks.
The Office of Naval Research has awarded Colorado State University researchers $7.5 million to characterize and analyze aerosol properties in coastal and offshore regions.
A new study led by Colorado State University finds that the West Nile virus is killing birds — more so than previously thought — in the short- and long-term.
Cameron Kleinkort studies radar-based snowflake classification for prediction of hazardous events.
Headlined by Environmental Defense Fund President Fred Krupp, CSU's 2015 Natural Gas Symposium featured more than 40 speakers covering research and best practices in every facet of the oil and gas industry.
More than 300 CSU graduate students have submitted proposals to present at the Graduate Student Showcase, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Nov. 11 in the Lory Student Center Ballroom.
With the goal of revolutionizing everyday interactions between humans and computers, CSU researchers are developing new technologies for making computers recognize not just traditional commands, but also non-verbal ones.
More than 70 years ago, during the New Deal, the U.S. government took an unprecedented step toward preserving Native American art: It funded an effort to repair and replicate scores of totem poles in southeast Alaska, relocating them to six “totem parks.”