By exposing insects to carefully controlled conditions, researchers will measure their effects on plant production, nutrient cycling, and related plant physiology and traits.
Author Archives: Anne Manning
Psychology’s Gwenith Fisher co-authored a study examining the notion that working long hours negatively impacts health.
The Arthur C. Cope Scholar Award recognizes and encourages excellence in organic chemistry.
Psychology researchers have written a book outlining a science-backed approach to learning, complete with practical tips on how to study effectively.
Eugene Chen’s lab develops new materials and methods for waste-free, sustainable polymers.
A new study shows what nine different world regions have contributed to climate change since 1900, and what will happen moving forward.
Researchers are urging psychological, legal and child custodial disciplines to recognize parental alienation as family violence.
Active in the organization for 15 years, Nerger was elected to its board of directors in 2014.
ProtoDUNE is the critical testing and validation precursor to DUNE, which is scheduled to start taking neutrino data in approximately 2026. CSU researchers are working on the first of two ProtoDUNE cryostats.