You know the expression: Good things come in small packages.
Sarah A. Johnson, the newest addition to the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition faculty at CSU, is finishing her first academic year as director of the Functional Foods & Human Health Laboratory.
Colorado State University researchers are looking for people to join a study on the positive side effects of a new diabetes medication, and participants will get three months of free meals provided by Housing and Dining Services.
CSU's Department of Occupational Therapy will hold the 15th Annual Knowledge Exchange on Friday, April 29, at the Drake Center to address important issues regarding children and occupational therapy.
Colorado State University fermentation scholars are ready to share with the public the tasty product of their learning.
Chances are, you or someone you know is a coffee drinker. Admittedly, I love coffee and my relationship with it is one of slight dependency. Thus I am fully invested in exploring the research into its health effects.
C.B. & Potts is auctioning off the iconic 15-foot shark that hung from the ceiling of its former Campus West location — and the proceeds will benefit the Fermentation Science and Technology Program at Colorado State University.
People often diet and exercise to lose weight and stay fit, but many don’t realize that doing those things can also keep their brains healthy.
With the ever-increasing attention on sugar in the American diet, it is common to want to replace its sweet taste with a sugar substitute, and there are quite a few to choose from.