More than 20 students from Mongolia have received master’s degrees at CSU.
Researchers Gene Kelly and Jay Ham will help integrate nodes of an existing NSF observatory into the Sage array of environmental sensors.
Researchers have received over $1 million to continue studying how microbes can be used to estimate the postmortem interval.
The projects are part of the university and industry collaboration that accelerates the development and adoption of water- and energy-efficient irrigation technology.
Understanding the diversity of soil organic matter can help science, government and agriculture move forward with carbon sequestration to help reverse the tide of climate change while increasing the health of our soils.
Plant physiologist Bill Bauerle is upending conventional wisdom hop growers have followed for decades.
New research indicates that using produced water from hydraulic fracturing for irrigation could leave crop systems more vulnerable to pathogens.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Specialty Crops Research Initiative is funding the work, which includes $4.2 million in matching funds from onion growers, universities and seed companies.