Biologists offer new insight into potential exposure to tick-borne diseases.
Biologists are studying how the experience of stickleback fish can change the course of their development.
CSU physicist Kate Ross studies exotic states in quantum magnets under extreme conditions.
Grasslands play a large role in Colorado’s agricultural economy, and climate change is having unpredictable effects on them.
Publishing in Nature Communications, the team led by Professor of Chemistry Eugene Chen describes synthesis of a polymer called P3HB.
Synthetic biologists are attempting to manufacture sporopollenin in the lab using plants, and to control its properties using gene circuits.
A study published in JAMA Network Open reported results from a 2016-17 survey of about 1,660 students at 31 schools.
New Jersey’s largest utility has agreed to use advanced leak detection technology and data analytics piloted by Colorado State University and EDF to map and measure leaks from natural gas lines.
With the help of quantum mechanical computation, new CSU faculty member Robert Paton helped to develop a new catalyst that could improve medicines and medical imaging.