Last fall, the CoAXium Wheat Production System became commercially available to farmers in Colorado, where more than 2 million acres of wheat grows across the eastern plains.
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Engle accepted the award in July during the American Society of Animal Science-Canadian Society of Animal Science annual meeting in Austin, Texas.
Microbiome scientist Kelly Wrighton is a recipient of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.
Wrighton was cited for her outstanding success in studying the genomics and biogeochemistry of soil and deep subsurface microbiomes.
Leach has received the Agropolis Louis Malassis International Scientific Prize for Agriculture and Food, in the category of Distinguished Scientist.
The event covered a wide spectrum of microbiome scientific topics and included a keynote talk by science writer Ed Yong.
Mike Wilkins is studying how these microbes drive larger ecosystem functions, both in the Earth’s subsurface as well as other contexts.
Like the microbes living in our guts, microbiome science at Colorado State University is thriving.
CSU researchers will continue exploring best practices for strong, disease-resistant potato crops in Colorado and beyond.
Keith Paustian served on a 17-member national committee whose goal was to develop a research agenda and recommended actions for effective carbon dioxide removal and reliable sequestration methods.