A CSU team has found that RNA plays a new and important role in the DNA repair process.
While the demand for ivory has put elephants under incredible pressure from poachers, their rich social networks have remained remarkably steady.
A Colorado State University team of historians is working to preserve and spread the stories of Japanese-Americans who were detained in New Mexico confinement camps during the World War II era.
A Colorado State University faculty member is poring over 18th-century newspapers for a book and online repository focused on accounts of slavery from colonial America.
Nancy Mendoza, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies at CSU, was one of only 13 students nationwide selected for the American Evaluation Association's Graduate Education Diversity Internship Program.
Supported by NASA, researchers are creating the next generation of environmental monitoring satellites, at a fraction of the typical size and weight scale.
CSU has been named a GPU Education Center by NVIDIA, the world leader in visual computing.
Thomas Bradley has received a U.S. Department of Energy fellowship to support his work with CSU’s EcoCar 3 student team.
CSU's Kathy Partin has been named the director of The Office of Research Integrity, which oversees and directs Public Health Service research integrity activities on behalf of the Secretary of Health and Human Services.
In the Disney Pixar movie Inside Out, one of the main themes is that sometimes sadness is a necessary emotion to get to joy. Similarly, a study by a CSU faculty member indicates that awareness of the value of negative emotions can limit the detrimental physical and psychological effects linked to those emotions.