The study found wide variations in the amount of methane being emitted.
The study is the most comprehensive field survey to date on the gathering and processing sectors.
New study from CSU and CU assesses how well prepared the state is to deal with climate change.
Robert Williams, a chemistry professor, explained how he and his colleagues are trying to develop new cancer drugs from marine organisms.
A group of CSU researchers has provided a new explanation of how leprosy could be transmitted.
Study challenges long-held notion that mountain ranges, canyons and other physical are needed to spur biodiversity.
Seven interdisciplinary CSU research teams have received Catalyst for Innovative Partnership funding.
When Candace Mathiason was growing up on an Angus ranch near Torrington, Wyo., she developed a love for animals, and even tried to help with brucellosis testing at a local veterinarian’s office where her mom worked.