Welcome to the Department of Biology at Colorado State University. Our internationally-recognized research and education programs focus on organisms, diving into mechanistic detail about how they work, or stepping back to consider how they interact with each other and with their environment. From cells to the biosphere, we make discoveries about fundamental questions in Biology, and we use this new knowledge to make the world a better place. CSU Biology is a place where everyone is welcome to indulge their curiosity about the living world.
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CSU researchers think it’s time for a government agency focused solely on climate research, innovation
The researchers propose a new agency, ARPA-C, that would place issues of culture and equity alongside science and technology.
Ryann Gregory, a master’s student in the Department of Biology, is studying methods to increase foraging behavior with orangutans at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo for her capstone this summer.
Before coming to Colorado State University, Brissa Chavez Mendoza knew she wanted to pursue a career in health care but wasn’t sure what exact direction she’d take.
Sophomore Colorado State University biology student Noelle Mason has a passion for the black-footed ferret, and she’s working to protect it – along with many other species – using advanced biotechnology.
10/5/21 at 4:00 pm in Bio 136
10/19/21 at 4:00pm in Bio 136
11/30/21 at 4:00pm in 136