Take a look back at key moments in the history of the College of Natural Sciences.
The Wolves to Rams Scholars program will help students successfully transfer from Front Range to CSU to earn bachelor’s degrees.
Biochemistry researchers have made an antibody-based probe with a powerful distinction: Their genetically encoded probe works in living cells.
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 College of Natural Sciences is now accepting applications for the fall semester in the Professional Science Master's Degree in Biological Data Analytics and the Professional Science Master's Degree in Microscope Imaging Technology.
For the first time, CSU biological imaging experts have used a custom fluorescence microscope and a novel antibody tagging tool to watch living cells undergoing stress.
Thanks to two members of the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, undergraduates will have the opportunity to receive a new research-based fellowship.
The college was created in 1968, but its departments and disciplines have a long and rich history on CSU's campus.