CSU Researcher to Examine Health Impacts of Space Travel in NASA-Funded Twin Study
When NASA sends an identical twin to the International Space Station next year, a Colorado State University researcher will be among just a few hand-picked scientists studying him and his brother to measure impacts of space travel on the human body.
International Research Spotlight
Colorado State University Launches International Center in Mexico for Research, Teaching, Outreach
Colorado State University today announced the launch of its first international research and teaching center, constructed through an innovative public-private collaboration with a Colorado-based company.
Colorado State University engineering major wins Goldwater Scholarship
Melissa Wirtz, an electrical engineering major at Colorado State University, has been named a 2014 recipient of the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship.
Colorado State University Professor Melinda Laituri Named Jefferson Science Fellow
Colorado State University professor and researcher Melinda Laituri has been selected as a 2014 Jefferson Science Fellow. In this position, Laituri will serve as a science advisor for U.S. foreign policy to the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Agency for International Development.