CSU researchers are helping find safe and humane solutions for what’s become a significant overpopulation challenge for land managers across the west.
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The Astronaut Scholarship Foundation and retired NASA astronaut Loren Shriver came to campus to help celebrate senior Ben Fixman becoming CSU’s first astronaut scholar.
Attend a meet-and-greet appetizer reception with NASA astronaut Loren Shriver, followed by a presentation by Ben Fixman, the 2018 Astronaut Scholarship Foundation recipient from CSU, and a special lecture by Shriver.
CSU DVM student Keira Sztukowski’s research on HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders resulted in novel and important findings.
CVMBS alumni awarded scholarships for an individualized and accelerated research-based doctorate program.
CSU researchers joined a multinational team to conduct one of the most comprehensive studies ever done on how the human body adjusts to high altitude during a 16-day scientific expedition atop Mount Chacaltaya in Bolivia.
Two researchers with the Animal Reproduction and Biotechnology Laboratory were honored by the American Society of Animal Science for their contributions to equine and bovine reproduction.
Researchers from Colorado State University’s Department of Biomedical Sciences and the USDA-APHIS National Wildlife Research Center are collaborating to train rescue dogs to detect avian influenza.
Biomedical Sciences professor Tod Clapp earns Board of Governors Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award
On March 19, the final piece of steel was placed atop the framework of the Health Education Outreach Center, an exciting new facility for the study of human anatomy and neuroanatomy that’s anticipated to rival those of the best medical schools in the country.