Permafrost soils are increasingly thawing out as the Earth becomes warmer.
The teams were selected from a competitive pool of applicants to pursue significant issues in our society using research partnerships to create new opportunities and solutions.
Collaborative learning in the Andes has helped improve local livelihoods – and Colorado agricultural practices.
After two decades running the Wheat Breeding and Genetics Program at CSU, Scott Haley is transitioning into retirement.
Colorado State University is one of 14 universities from around the globe that have collectively been awarded $12.5 million by the National Science Foundation to launch a new Biology Integration Institute called EMERGE.
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.
Colorado State University’s College of Agricultural Sciences is set to open a new chapter in its storied wheat breeding program with the addition of Esten Mason, associate professor and wheat breeder at the University of Arkansas.
The vision is to develop training videos, eBooks, and other digital materials for use in distance learning on the conservation and use of plant germplasm.