A veterinarian from Colorado State University is leading a team that is pioneering methods of performing vasectomies on elephants.
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The shifting veteran demographic will have many impacts on society, according to Colorado State University political science professor Robert Lawrence.
Finding environmentally friendly ways to control mosquito-borne diseases, which kill millions worldwide each year, is the new quest of a Colorado State University researcher.
Saturday, Ulen and Reckard swapped rooms with freshmen Caitlin Wyman and Beth Santerre in a CSU rendition of the cable-television makeover hit “Trading Spaces.” The CSU version, “Trading Rooms,” paired two interior design students with each team to spruce up …
In a meeting last week, state officials discussed creating more sites where hunters would bring in fowl for inspection, said Kristy Pabilonia, avian disease diagnostic veterinarian with Colorado State University’s diagnostic lab.
Colorado State University astronomy professor Roger Culver clues you in on what’s happening in the night sky.
Hunt Lambert has taken the reins of the Colorado State University system’s new Office of Economic Development in a move officials say will be beneficial to the business community throughout Northern Colorado.
Developers in Gulf Coast communities that were severely damaged by Hurricane Katrina failed to meet standards that could have protected homes from the storm’s rage, according to a preliminary report issued by a Colorado State University professor and a team …
$817,000 for infectious disease research to the Center for Economically Important Infectious Animal Diseases at Colorado State University. This center is the only institution conducting multidisciplinary research focused entirely on animal diseases that either cause, or have the potential to …
”If the (building) code was followed, things seemed to do really well,” said John van de Lindt, a Colorado State University professor on the team.