The event is being led by the Ogallala Water Coordinated Agriculture Project team, headquartered at CSU and funded by the National Institute for Food and Agriculture.
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A research team that includes scientists from Colorado State University has discovered a previously unknown way that some bacteria produce the chemical ethylene – a finding that could lead to new ways to produce plastics without using fossil fuels.
Mueller’s project will heighten understanding of snowmelt-dependent agriculture hotspots and how trends in water supplies influence water scarcity.
Discussions of drought often center on lack of precipitation. But among climate scientists, the focus is shifting to warming temperatures as potent drivers of greater aridity.
The projects are part of the university and industry collaboration that accelerates the development and adoption of water- and energy-efficient irrigation technology.
Colorado State University’s Office of Engagement has announced that Professor Dawn Thilmany will be serving joint roles as both the Associate Director for Engaged Research in the Office of Community and Economic Development and Professor in CSU’s Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics
Raise the topic of sanitation with Gary Smith, and he will share an olfactory memory from his childhood in western Oklahoma: the overwhelming odor of Purex in his mother’s kitchen.
Ajay Menon, who has served Colorado State University as a dean since 2002, will be stepping down as dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences at the end of August.
A Global Surveillance System would interconnect crop biosecurity systems and improve food security