CSU memory researchers document a “postdictive” bias in deja vu experiencers in the lab, and offer a plausible explanation for why it happens.
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New research shows that mothers and fathers use slightly different tactics when engaging in these destructive behaviors.
A research team is developing a system for streamlining and managing vast datasets that could advance research in urban sustainability.
The discovery of how plant resistance proteins trigger localized cell death could lead to new strategies for engineering disease resistance in crops.
Webber, a biology major with a concentration in human anatomy and physiology, has spent the summer as an intern in the Biology/Zoology student advising office.
Biochemistry researchers have made an antibody-based probe with a powerful distinction: Their genetically encoded probe works in living cells.
The popular summer camp expanded to eastern Colorado this year, in an effort to reach more students.
Researchers have designed a new experimental system that can rapidly assess the pathogenic effects of a drug on developing neurons.
Researchers have developed imaging technology and computational analyses to visualize viral frameshifting at the level of single molecules in living cells.
The relationship between poor sleep quality and safety is tied to what the researchers call “workplace cognitive failures,” or lapses in attention, memory or action.