As the climate changes, droughts and deluges will impact carbon cycling across the vast grasslands of the continental U.S.
Hannah Gilliard’s undergraduate research experiences were transformative for her in her first year at Colorado State University and set her up for success in her second year.
Adam Campfield was the first blind person to graduate with a degree in applied computing technology at Colorado State University, thanks to his champion, Elaine Regelson.
When physicist Dylan Yost compared all the ways to measure the size of the proton in hydrogen, he got varying answers. The implications? They could be anything.
Understanding the predictors of individual differences in cognitive aging could help medical professionals advise patients on ways to stave off cognitive decline.
Mathematics alum, Tom Painter, cracked the calculus of snowmelt to predict the amount of water in snowpack, helping municipalities plan for more efficient water use.
Delphine Farmer is leading the charge on an emerging field of analytical chemistry that’s providing new insights into the invisible, breathable makeup of indoor environments.
Colorado State University statisticians developed a novel, time-varying coefficient state-space model for infectious disease transmission applicable to possible future pandemics.
Mathematics Professor Jennifer Mueller’s new medical imaging technique could be a game changer for patients with Cystic Fibrosis.
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