Morgan Library gathering materials related to legalization of marijuana in Colorado.
Researchers at Colorado State University and University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus are launching a new effort to fight obesity in at-risk populations — with a research team from throughout the West, including New Mexico State University.
CSU's Center for the Environmental Management of Military Lands is partnering with CSU’s Warner College Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology Department to study Dall sheep at U.S. Army Fort Wainwright in Alaska with unique wildlife camera trapping techniques.
For those familiar with the practice of composting, seeing — and smelling — the breakdown of plant and organic material over a long period of time is quite familiar.
A Colorado State University faculty member was involved in a new study showing that teens who use e-cigarettes are more likely to start smoking combustible types of tobacco products, like cigarettes, cigars and hookah.
Does an individual’s response to environmental conditions within its lifetime predict evolutionary changes in future generations?
More than 80 percent of Coloradans pay more in school property taxes than they would if voters had never enacted the Taxpayer Bill of Rights, according to a study by the Colorado Futures Center at Colorado State University and published by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, a nonpartisan think tank.
CSU is starting to research hemp, a plant with practical uses such as the creation of textiles, soaps and oils that can also be used in the production of a range of pharmaceutical compounds.
Gathering and processing operations studied in most comprehensive study of the sector to date.