Before coming to Colorado State University, Brissa Chavez Mendoza knew she wanted to pursue a career in health care but wasn’t sure what exact direction she’d take.
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The discovery could lead to more accurate understanding of how the genome is encoded and decoded.
Psychology researchers have published a new set of experiments underscoring what they call the ‘gun embodiment effect.’
The first such professorship within the department, the endowment provides research operations funds for an incoming faculty member.
New experiments and computational models reveal in single-molecule detail how viruses initiate translation of genetic material into proteins.
Topological data analysis is an emerging field that describes shapes of data in multiple dimensions and resolutions.
Jessica Witt and a team from University of Michigan are identifying ways to visually communicate COVID-19 risk data to the public.
The team has licensed their viral RNA-testing platform to Quara Devices, a startup company specializing in diagnostic biosensors.
Their new understanding of the MSH1 gene could lend insight into why animal mitochondrial genomes tend to mutate more than those of plants.