Come join the fun Aug. 4 at the annual Community Open House.
The deadline for proposal submissions for the 2018 Diversity Symposium has been extended to July 20.
As the West Antarctic Ice Sheet melts, the land beneath rebounds – at a faster rate than thought.
A recent study conducted by researchers from The Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources, Colorado State University has been noted as one of the most influential papers measured by research metric firm, Altmetric. The paper currently has a score of 107 and was in the top .9% all-time(99th percentile), of all research outputs scored by Altmetric.
Read KUNC's coverage of CSU's research on the benefits of beaver's natural engineering to water quantity and the ecosystems they occupy.
A new study shows that pilot whales and Risso’s dolphins flee from a subset of orca calls that have many of the acoustic characteristics of mammal alarm calls, including human screams, which could warn them that the predators intend to strike.
New research from CSU's Matt Bowers' team featured in the Economist shows It depends on whether you are a pilot whale or a dolphin.
Professor Rick Aster is studying the remote West Antarctic Ice Sheet, which is susceptible to collapse.