CSU In The News Archive

Genetic material packaged inside cells is more solid than liquid

Outlet: National Science Foundation

January 14, 2021

National Science Foundation: In a U.S. National Science Foundation-funded study published in the journal Cell, a team co-led by Jeffrey Hansen, a Colorado State University biochemist and molecular biologist, found that chromatin behaves as a solid or gel rather than a liquid.

Arkansas officials begin 5-year CWD study

Outlet: The Joplin Globe

January 14, 2021

The Joplin Globe: The AGFC is working with several partners on the five-year project, including the University of Georgia-Athens, the Southeast Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study, Colorado State University, the National Park Service and the U.S. Forest Service.

Will Utah become ‘epicenter’ of research to electrify transportation?

Outlet: Deseret News

January 14, 2021

Deseret News: ASPIRE will be headquartered at USU and operated through strategic partnerships with Purdue University, University of Colorado Boulder, University of Texas at El Paso and the University of Auckland New Zealand. Other partners include researchers at Colorado State University, …

When Wildfire Burns A High Mountain Forest, What Happens To The Snow?

Outlet: Utah Public Radio

January 14, 2021

Utah Public Radio: On a sunny winter morning, a team of researchers led by Colorado State University hydrologist Stephanie Kampf roamed through the steep drainage of Tunnel Creek, a tributary to the Poudre River. Much of the creek burned this summer …