The Animal Reproduction and Biotechnology Laboratory is a world-renowned center advancing the reproductive sciences through research, education, clinical service, and outreach. Our mission is to excel in the discovery, translation, and dissemination of knowledge in reproductive sciences and biotechnologies at local, national, and international levels to enhance reproductive health for both humans and animals. The lab serves as stewards for hundreds of animals including horses, bison, camels, cattle, goats, llamas, pigs, and sheep and, with its state-of-the-art Equine Reproduction Laboratory, houses numerous laboratories and service centers.
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CSU, partners provide 39 Laramie Foothills bison to three Native Nations
In their largest relocation of bison to date, on March 23 Colorado State University, the City of Fort Collins and Larimer County shipped 39 bison from the Laramie Foothills Bison Conservation Herd to three Native American tribes in Oklahoma and Kansas.
Distinguished Professor Honored in Building Naming Ceremony
The Gordon D. Niswender Animal Reproduction and Biotechnology Laboratory represents a lasting legacy of innovative research and training
Celebrating the life of University Distinguished Professor George Seidel, Jr.
A virtual remembrance to be held Oct. 6
Scholarships and fellowships support students at all levels of study - undergraduate, graduate, postdoctoral, and D.V.M. - to train the next generation of reproductive scientists. Professorships and endowed chairs provide support for and assist in recruiting exceptional faculty, allowing the lab to continue advancing education and research initiatives. Give Now
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