A handful of Colorado State University students got the rare opportunity to participate in a friendly cooking competition last week with Nancy Fuller, the host of the Food Network show “Farmhouse Rules.”
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Intentionally putting viruses into one’s body might seem like a bad idea, but a study conducted at Colorado State University has demonstrated that a combination of bacteria-killing viruses is not only safe for humans, but seems to reduce gastrointestinal inflammation and combat E. coli.
An undergraduate certificate program in “Design Thinking” will be offered for the first time next semester at Colorado State University’s new Nancy Richardson Design Center, which is scheduled to open in January.
Jeff McCubbin, who has led Colorado State University’s College of Health and Human Sciences for more than seven years, has announced that he will step down as dean at the end of this academic year.
The Early Childhood Center at Colorado State University now has a new dedicated playground for infants and toddlers, thanks to contributions from four donors.
A CSU researcher is taking a closer look at a chemical that seems to be critical to the dilation of blood vessels and oxygen delivery in the body — and it could prove to be a game-changer for older adults, diabetics and others with circulation problems.
A program designed by a Colorado State University professor and master’s student to promote physical activity and its positive health effects for cancer survivors recently moved to campus from a local health club.
When Karen Hyllegard talks about her goals as the new head of CSU’s Department of Design and Merchandising, the conversation inevitably leads to the January 2019 opening of the new Richardson Design Center.