CSU biochemists, cancer biologists find key vulnerability in rare brain tumors
Proteins that regulate mitosis can play essential roles in determining whether cancer cells proliferate or die.
Emeritus professor elected Fellow of the American Society for Cell Biology
James Bamburg was elected Fellow of the American Society for Cell Biology, but his legacy doesn’t end with just his research.
Wolves to Rams offers one of a kind support to transfer students
Wolves to Rams is a program that focuses on supporting underrepresented transfer students from Front Range Community College to Colorado State University in STEM fields – the only one of its kind at the university.
Biochemists use enzymes to change how brain cells communicate with each other
A new study demonstrates the possibility of changing the identity of synapses between neurons through enzymatic means, with larger implications for studying diseases of the brain.